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Voting Resources

Check polling locations, get early voting questions answered and more HERE


Questions about procedure, new laws, and how to get any questions answered? Check out the voter guide from FindLaw (non-partisan): FINDLAW MISSOURI VOTER GUIDE


JCDC Endorsed Candidates and Issues for the November 2018 election:

President and Vice President - Joe Biden, Kamala Harris
US Congress - Emanuel Cleaver II
Governor - Nicole Galloway
Lt. Governor - Alissia Canady
Secretary of State - Yinka Faleti
Treasurer - Vicki Englund
Attorney General - Rich Finneran

State Senate:

   District 7 - Greg Razer

   District 9 - Barbara Washington

   District 11 - John Rizzo

State Representatives:
   District 19 - Ingrid Burnett
   District 20 - Mike Englert
   District 21 - Robert Sauls
   District 22 - Yolanda Young
   District 23 - Michael L Johnson
   District 24 - Emily Weber
   District 25 - Patty Lewis
   District 26 - Ashley Bland Manlove
   District 27 - Richard Brown
   District 28 - Jerome Barnes
   District 29 - Rory Rowalnd
   District 30 - Art Schaaf
   District 31 - Rhonda Dolan
   District 34 - Chris Hager
   District 35 - Keri Ingle
   District 37 - Anette Turnbaugh
County Prosecutor - Jean Peters Baker
Sheriff - Darryl Forte'
Constitutional Amendment 3 - NO


Missouri Residents register to vote 

Kansas City Election Board

Jackson County Election Board

Missouri Election Calendars

View the calendars on the Secretary of State's website

Voter ID Information

Missouri’s new photo voter ID law (HB 1631), effective on June 1, 2017, outlines identification options for registered Missouri voters to use on Election Day at their polling location.


Most Missourians have a Missouri Driver's License or Nondriver License, which is an acceptable photo ID for voting. There are also plenty of other options, too.

• Option 1: Provide a Missouri issued Driver or Non-Driver license, U.S. Passport, or Military ID

• Option 2: Provide a secondary form of identification, such as a paycheck or bank statement and sign a statement confirming their identity

• Option 3: If the voter has no form of identification, but is a registered voter, they may cast a provisional ballot


Missouri’s photo voter ID law also requires the state of Missouri to assist voters who might not have a photo ID   with the process of obtaining one free Missouri non-driver license for the purpose of voting.

Official list of acceptable identification

Note: a court ruling in October of 2018 altered a policy that was created by the Secretary of State's office that would have required those without a photo ID to sign a sworn statement saying they knew they were not in compliance but would be allowed to vote.  That sworn statement is no longer allowed/required.  If you do not have a photo ID but do have another form showing you to be a resident of the same address where you are registered, you are allowed to cast your vote.  At minimum, you will always be allowed to cast a provisional ballot if you believe you are registered to vote.