Vote

Vote!

The basic assumption of our form of government is that elected officials, whether they be Presidents, Congressmen, State Governors, City Councilmen, or BPNA Board members, have the wisdom and desire to represent the interests of the members of that organization. This system of government works best if the entire membership is involved in the elective process and that they are well informed.
In actual practice only about half the eligible voters are registered to vote in general elections and often less than half of them actually participate in any given election. Thus often less than one quarter of eligible voters are involved the elective process.

A single individual’s influence on a National election may seem insignificant. On a Statewide level a single vote may be slightly more significant. However on a local level, such as for City Council or Neighborhood Board members, elections have often been decided upon only a few votes. Our local government often has the greatest influence on our day to day lives. Thus each vote counts!

Voting in Benton Park

Register to Vote You can register to vote in Missouri by completing a Missouri Voter Registration Application and then:
 
 
  • Present it in person to the Election Board (300 N. Tucker)
 
  • Give it to a deputy registrar in your community
 
 
  Present it to a voter registration agency
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DMV
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Health and Social Services
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Community and Regional Affairs
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Recruitment offices of the armed forces of the United States
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  • Present it in person to the Election Board (300 N. Tucker)
 
  • Give it to a deputy registrar in your community
 
 
Update Voter Registration Your can change your registration record on the same form that is used for an original registration or you may complete the back of your voter ID card and mail it to the Election Board.

A registered voter may also change his address by mailing written notification to the election office, the notice should include the voter's name, registered address, date of birth and signature.

Deadline to Register The fourth(4th) Wednesday prior to an election
Where do I Vote Consult the City of St. Louis Board of Elections web site. Just enter in your address and it will tell you where to vote.

If you have any other questions of concerns about voting, please consult the City of St. Louis Board of Elections web site.