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Missouri residents who want to vote in the August 3rd primary have only a couple more days to register. The registration deadline is tomorrow. KSMU’s Chasity Mayes tells us where you can go before time is up.
People who choose to mail in their voter registration information must have it postmarked no later than July 7th.
Greene County Clerk Richard Struckhoff says many registration locations are closed because of summer break, but there are other options.
“All of the colleges, universities, libraries, city halls in the county all have registrars available. If you can’t find that, there is a mail-in registration card you can get your hands on,” says Struckhoff.
Registration is required for first-time voters and new Missouri residents. Current Missouri voters must update their registration if they have moved or changed names. Struckhoff says a form of identification is required to register. A driver’s liscence, non-driver’s ID, electric bill, or even a current checking or bank statement will work.
You cannot register online, but you can print out a registration card from Greene County’s website and mail it in.
Missouri’s primary elections are open to all eligible voters. People can choose whatever party ballot they want without having to register under a specific party.
For more information visit our website: KSMU.org.
For KSMU News, I’m Chasity Mayes.