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How to vote absentee in St. Louis

Absentee voting begins Tuesday and continues until the day before Election Day
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ST. LOUIS — Absentee voting for the Nov. 3 general election begins in Missouri Tuesday. The City of St. Louis will soon open four satellite locations to accommodate the increased demand.

Starting Tuesday, St. Louis voters may cast their ballots at the Board of Election Commissioners, located at 300 N. Tucker Blvd. It will be open from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday through Nov. 2. The Election Board will also be open on two Saturdays before the election, Oct. 24 and Oct. 31 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Starting Oct. 12, St. Louis residents can go to four satellite locates for absentee ballots: Buder Library, Central Library, Schlafly Library, and Julia Davis Library.

The deadline to vote absentee in person is Nov. 2 at 5.p.m.

Oct. 21 is the last day a voter can apply to receive a ballot in the mail. 

Registered voters should start to receive their Notice of Election cards in the mail in the third or fourth week of October, according to the Board of Elections. Voters are encouraged to check their Notice of Election card since some polling places may have changed.

Any St. Louis resident who has any questions about their voter registration status may contact the Election Board at 314-622-4336 or visit this website.

From where to vote, how to vote and election deadlines, we're answering your questions about the 2020 General Election ST. LOUIS - The general election is on Nov. 3, and it will be an election like none before it. This voter guide for both Missouri and Ilinois is your resource for more than just information on candidates and issues.

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