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A message from Stephen Colbert FOR THE 2020 ELECTION.

Voting has ended for the 2020 General Election

Find updated information for future elections on your state website.

Register to Vote

Check your registration here.

Deadline to register:

Request Your Ballot

USPS recommends that you request your ballot by October 20.

If you have not requested it by October 20, you may not receive it in time to cast your vote.

Click here to jump to your state’s options for voting early in person, or make a plan for Election Day!

Check what Missouri ballot option is right for you.

If you meet the absentee requirements, you should request an absentee ballot.
You can request in person, by mail, email or fax.

For example, if you are in a high risk group like being 65 years or older or if you are ill or caring for someone who is ill with COVID-19.
If those reasons apply to you, you will NOT NEED A NOTARY.

Anyone can request a mail-in ballot by mail or in person with your local election authority.

 Mail-in ballots must be NOTARIZED. Find FREE NOTARY SERVICES HERE.


Your ballot must be notarized.

Complete your ballot, sign the envelope, and mail it back to your election authority.

USPS recommends mailing your ballot by October 27.

If you are a first time voter who registered by mail or online, follow all directions carefully. You may need to include a copy of an ID with your ballot.

Vote in Person

If you meet the absentee requirements, you can cast your ballot at your local election authority before 5pm on November 2.

Election Day is November 3

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