Voting Information

  • August 4, 2020 is the Primary Election. The last day to register is July 8.
  • November 3, 2020 is the General Election. The last day to register is October 7.
  • Call the Missouri Secretary of State to get Registration Forms, Ballot Request Forms, or contact information for your local election office. Call 800.669.8683 or 573.751.2301.

St. Vincent de Paul

Due to the risk of exposure to COVID-19, the Missouri legislature approved new vote by mail options for 2020. Click here to find the eligibility requirements for absentee and mail-in voting.

Your application for a ballot must be received by your election authority (Board of Elections or county clerk) by July 22 at 5:00 p.m. for the August 4 election. The actual ballot must be received by the election authority at or before 7:00 p.m. on Election Day. Click here for a list of election authorities for all Missouri counties in the St. Louis area. 

Click here if your county is not listed.

Even though your individual election authority will have its own application, you can use the attached application (which was obtained from the Secretary of State’s website) to request an absentee or mail-in ballot. If your ballot must be notarized, you can call your financial institution, your election authority or the League of Women Voters for help in finding a notary.   

If you are not comfortable voting in-person, the VOP Committee urges you to vote for Medicaid Expansion by mail. Please pass this information along to family, friends, and fellow Vincentians that do not have access to email.

The Voice of the Poor (VOP) Committee urges you to vote YES on Amendment 2. Click here for a fact sheet listing 6 reasons Medicaid Expansion benefits Missouri. 


Getting Out the Vote

In this unprecedented time of an ongoing pandemic, protests for racial justice, and economic insecurity, our Women's Voices advocacy is more important than ever. Here's how you can further social justice:
  1. Look at our website to learn how you can support action on our mission: to identify, research and discuss critical issues; to mobilize, energize and inspire ourselves and others to action; to work as individuals and in community for social justice.
  2. Make sure you have completed the 2020 Census and remind everyone to do so.
  3. Register and vote in the August 4 election. The deadline to register is July 8. The deadline to request a ballot is July 22 at 5 p.m.
4. Know the candidates' position on issues.
5. Vote YES on Amendment 2- Medicaid expansion. For information visit