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A new voting law is in effect for all Missouri voters. Voters that cast a ballot in person at their polling place or during absentee voting will need to show a photo ID issued by the state of Missouri or federal government. Examples include a Missouri driver’s license, Missouri non-driver’s license, a U.S. passport, or military ID. If a voter does not have one of these IDs, they can still vote a blue provisional ballot, which will be counted if their signature matches the signature on their voter registration record.
For voters that cannot make it to their polling place on Election Day, absentee voting started September 27 for the November 8th General Election. Eligible voters can come to the Shelby County Clerk’s Office, 100 E Main Street, to cast an absentee ballot. Voters must bring a photo ID, such as a Missouri driver’s license, passport, or military ID, in order to vote in person.
To request a mailed absentee ballot, voters may contact the Clerk’s office to have an application mailed to them.
Voters can also take advantage of a new no-excuse absentee voting period this fall. Beginning October 25th and continuing through 5 p.m. on November 7th, all registered Shelby County voters can vote in person at the Shelby County Clerk’s Office located in the Shelby County Courthouse.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the clerk’s office at (573) 633-2181 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.