Registering to vote in St. Louis County
The St. Louis County Election Board maintains over 600 registration sites. These include most city halls, libraries and schools in addition to Special School District facilities, local branches of the JR College Districts, the Univ. of MO-St. Louis, Human Development Corp. and various businesses, union halls and churches.
State election laws also provide for registration by mail, at all motor vehicle registration offices and all state offices providing public assistance. For more information, or for the location of your nearest registration site, call (314) 615-1822.
If there is a legal name change notify the Election Board, either in writing or in person, at any of our registration sites.
Notify the Election Board of any change of address. This may be done in person at our office or at any of our registration sites.
The Election Board needs your change of address by the 4th Wednesday before an election to ensure that you receive a postcard notification of your polling place and that you are listed in the polling place binder. If you did not notify us of your address change you need to call our office to determine your new polling place.
Qualifications for registering to vote
To register to vote in St. Louis County, a person must
Be a U.S. citizen
Must be 17 1/2 years of age (18 years old by election day)
Be a resident of St. Louis County
A political party preference is only required when requesting a ballot for a primary election
For additional registration information call or write
St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners
12 Sunnen Dr., Maplewood, MO 63143
You can register to vote in person or by mail.
Please click here to contact us so that we may assist you.
An application to register to vote by mail is available in Adobe Acrobat .pdf
format. To view or print the application to register by mail, click on the link
listed below. If you do not have the Adobe Acrobat reader, click on the "Get
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An application to register to vote by mail is available in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format. To view or print the application to register by mail, click on the link listed below. If you do not have the Adobe Acrobat reader, click on the "Get Acrobat Reader" icon to download the free software.