Incapacity or confinement due to sickness or disability,
including caring for a person who is
incapacited or confined due to sickness or
disability (The affidavit envelope does not have to be
notarized for anyone requesting an absentee ballot because
of sickness or disability.)
Jefferson County Missouri Absentee voting takes place in the
County Clerk's office ONLY, located at
729 Maple St., Suite G17, Hillsboro MO.
The deadline to vote absentee in person is the Monday before the election on
Tuesday. The deadline to request that an absentee ballot be sent to you is the
Wednesday before the Tuesday election. (This allows the post office time to deliver
the ballot to you and for you to send the ballot back to us).
REQUEST FOR MISSOURI ABSENTEE BALLOT
Find your Missouri County Clerk's Office information
Jefferson County Clerk's Office
729 Maple St., Rm 217
Hillsboro, MO 63050
FAX (636) 797-5360
INDEFINITE ABSENTEE REQUEST pdf
Elected Officials :
St. Charles County Election Authority
397 Turner Blvd.
St. Peters, MO 63376
FAX (636) 949-7552
St. Louis City
St. Louis City Board of Elections
300 N. Tucker
St. Louis, MO 63101
FAX (314) 622-3587
St. Louis County
St. Louis County Board of Elections
12 Sunnen Dr., Ste 126
Maplewood, MO 63143
FAX (314) 615-1998
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|.St. Louis Public Radio, Nine Network of Public Media and the St. Louis Beacon have combined their reporting and production power under a
single umbrella to cover the campaign on radio, on television and online. They are calling the joint venture Beyond November and have created a
website BeyondNovember.org and a twitter hashtag: #BeyondNov. It is believed to be the first time that three public media organizations in one
town have created a joint platform to focus coverage on a particular topic.
Beyond November’s guide is unique. Unlike some guides which ask generic questions like: “Why are you running for office,”
the Beyond November guide has questions pertinent to the issues of particular concern in various districts.
“We do not ask one size fits all questions,” Weiss said.
The guide allows voters to compare candidates side by side and to look at all measures on their particular ballots.
It will also provide information about donors and voting records.
Those interested in other races beyond what is on their ballots can find them in the guide as well.
The collaboration has been seeded with a grant from the St. Louis-based Deer Creek Foundation.
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