Absentee Voting1

VOTING EQUIPMENT

St. Louis County's voting equipment is simple, accurate, and secure. 

  • Know how to properly use your voting equipment and cast your ballot;
  • Ask for a demonstration or assistance from an election judge if you need additional assistance;
  • Read the instructions posted in your polling place;
  • Second Chance Voting — if you accidentally over-vote your ballot (mark more candidates for a race than to be elected), you will have the opportunity to correct your ballot.
The Help America Vote Act, which was designed to create improvements in administering elections in the United States, has presented a significant opportunity to better engage often- disenfranchised populations into the the political process. For people with disabilities, barriers to voting have existed that have prevented better engagement in the voting process.  Now, for voters with special needs, casting a ballot independently and privately is now easier than ever.
POLLPADS - VOTER CHECK-IN

Pull Pad With Case Poll Pad With Identification

 

The PollPads allow our election judges to very quickly and efficiently determine if a voter is registered, eligible to vote, and voting at the correct polling location. If the voter is at the wrong place, the election judge can print or text to the voters' cellphones the directions to the right polling place.

Additionally, the PollPads are now connected to the command center at our office via cellular data. The BOE is now able to see how many voters have checked-in at each polling location to stay updated on turnout throughout the day, whether or not PollPads are being properly charged, and communicate through messages on each PollPad.

Important Note: The Voter CHECK-IN system is connected via cellular data, NOT the VOTING systems. The check-in system reports how many voters have checked-in to vote on Election Day, NOT how the voter voted. 

 
 
VOTING ON PAPER BALLOT


New Form 10_3_19

LOST ID CARD

Replacement Voter I.D. Cards may be requested by contacting the Election Board, giving your name and address. New I.D. Cards will be mailed to all voters in each even numbered year, to new voters when they register and to anyone who changes his or her address.

CONTACT US

Address
725 Northwest Plaza Dr.
St. Ann, MO 63074
directions

Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

E-Mail
[email protected]

Phone
314-615-1800

Fax
314-615-1999