Voting When Away at School

Voting When Away at School College, like voting, can be an exciting, yet confusing time in a young adult’s life. We’re here to help make the voting experience easier while you are away at school. Students have several options on how to cast their ballots, even if they’re miles from home. Absentee Voting Absentee voting allows registered voters to cast their ballots before election day. Absentee ballots can be submitted by mail or in-person up to six weeks before the election. For [...]

Voting When Away at School2018-09-19T19:54:35-05:00

Register to Vote–A How-To Guide

One of the greatest things about living in America is the ability to have our voices heard on local, state and national levels by voting in elections. But first, you must register to vote with your county election authority. Am I Eligible? The qualifications are easy! If you are a U.S. citizen and a Missouri resident who is at least 17 and ½ years old (18 years old by election day), you are able to register. Where do I register? Voter registration is [...]

Register to Vote–A How-To Guide2019-05-31T16:05:29-05:00

Absentee Voting in St. Charles County – What You Need to Know

What is Absentee Voting? Absentee voting gives you the opportunity to cast your ballot if you expect to be unable to vote at your regular polling place on election day. Registration for absentee voting opens six weeks before election day and closes the Wednesday before the election. Are You Eligible for Absentee Voting? One of the following requirements must be met to register absentee: Absence on Election Day from the polling place in which you are registered           Ex: [...]

Absentee Voting in St. Charles County – What You Need to Know2019-05-31T16:08:36-05:00