Voter Information



• Voter registration deadline for Nov. 8 midterms is October 12

Check your voter registration and/or register online at the Missouri Secretary of State’s website

• St. Louis City residents can also register to vote and/or update their registration (name, address, etc.) at the City of St. Louis Board of Elections (300 N. Tucker Blvd, 63101) or any St. Louis Public Library location.

  • NOTE: Even after the deadline for NEW voter registration has passed, because of recent changes in Missouri election laws, a Missouri registered voter CAN change their address to another Missouri voting jurisdiction until the day before the election online, at the Board of Elections, or any SLPL location. (For example, a voter registered in St. Louis County who has moved to the City can update their address to vote in the City.)  On election day (Nov. 8), this can be done at the Board of Elections office; the voter will need to vote there as well.


  • Application-based absentee voting (both by mail, opens a new window and in-person at the Board of Elections office at 300 N. Tucker Blvd., 63101) begins September 27
  • No-excuse absentee voting begins October 25 and ends November 7 at the Board of Elections office and at these three SLPL locations:
    • Buder (4401 Hampton Ave. 63109)
    • Julia Davis (4415 Natural Bridge Ave. 63115)
    • Schlafly (225 N. Euclid 63108) (NOTE that the parking garage connected to the library has free parking for voters. Just ask the poll worker for a parking voucher and present it to the lot attendant.)
  • Hours for the St. Louis City Election Board:
    • Monday - Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
    • Saturday, November 5: 9 a.m.–1 p.m.
  • Hours for absentee voting at the SLPL locations::
    • Monday, Thursday & Friday: 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
    • Tuesday & Wednesday: Noon- 7 p.m.
    • Saturday: 1 p.m.–4:30 p.m.


  • View your sample ballot from the St. Louis City Election Board here.
  • Bring an acceptable form of identification. Under current law (New - effective late August 2022), one of the following is required to vote a “normal” ballot:
    • A non-expired Missouri driver or non-driver license;
    • A non-expired military ID, including a veteran’s ID card;
    • A non-expired United States passport; or
    • Another photo ID issued by the United States or the state of Missouri which is either not expired or expired after November 3, 2020 (the date of the most recent general election).
  • If a voter does NOT have the State of Missouri or Federally issued photo ID, they can still vote at the voter’s polling place by casting a NO ID Provisional Ballot on Election Day. After Election Day, a bipartisan team of election judges will compare the signature on the voter’s provisional ballot envelope to their voter registration signature on file at the Election Board. If the signature matches, the vote will count.
  • Vote in person: November 8 from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at your assigned polling place (check your Election Notice card from the Board of Elections, or look it up here) or at any of the following twelve locations. NOTE: If you are in line by 7 p.m., you will be allowed to vote.
Buder Library 63109 4401 HAMPTON AVE 
Central Library 63103 1301 OLIVE ST        

Accessible Entrance: Locust St.

Friendly Temple Missionary Church (Fellowship Hall) 63112 5544 DR MARTIN LUTHER KING DR        

Accessible Entrance: Door #7 Central Ave.

Hamilton Elementary School 63112 5819 WESTMINSTER PL        

Accessible Entrance: Door #5 Laurel

Julia Davis Library 63115 4415 NATURAL BRIDGE AVE 
Missouri School For The Blind 63110 3867 MAGNOLIA AVE        

Accessible Entrance: Door #3 off lot

Nance Elementary School 63147 8959 RIVERVIEW BLVD        

Accessible Entrance: Door #2 off lot

Newstead Missionary Baptist Church 63113 4370 N MARKET ST 
Our Lady of Sorrows Church 63109 5020 RHODES AVE        

Entrance: Enter thru lot

Salvation Army Temple Corps 63118 2740 ARSENAL ST 
Schlafly Library 63108 225 N EUCLID AVE 
Woodward Elementary School 63111 725 BELLERIVE BLVD        

Accessible Entrance: Door #6 off Bates St.


(here are some book lists compiled by SLPL staff on topics related to democracy and voting)

We the People of the United States…

Women Who Made History in American Politics

Centennial of Women’s Suffrage

Rep. John Lewis (1940-2020) - Rest in Power

Mrs. America

VOTE! (2020 General Election Edition)

VOTE! (2018 Midterms Edition)

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