What do I need to vote?

  • Copied from Boone County Clerk FAQ #8 (LINK)

Under Missouri’s new law, there are three ways you can cast a ballot at the polls on Election Day:

  • Option 1: Provide one of the following photo ID documents:
    • Missouri issued Driver license that is not expired
    • Missouri issued Nondriver license that is not expired or does not have an expiration date
    • U.S. Passport that is not expired
    • Military ID that is not expired or does not have an expiration date
  • Option 2: Sign an affidavit and provide the same ID you provided in previous elections. Some examples are:
    • Voter Identification card issued by the Boone County Clerk
    • Identification issued by the State of Missouri that has your current name
    • Identification issued by the U.S. Government that contains your current name
    • State college/university ID that contains your current name
    • Utility bill that contains your current name and address
    • Bank statement that contains your current name and address
    • Government check that contains your current name and address
    • Paycheck that contains your current name and address
    • Government document that contains your current name and address
    • Out of state driver license or nondriver license
    • Expired Missouri driver license
    • Expired Passport
    • Birth Certificate with your current name
    • Social Security Card that contains your current name
  • Option 3: Only available for State and Federal elections. If you have no form of identification, but are a registered voter, you can cast a provisional ballot. There are two ways your vote counts:
    • If you come back to your polling location before the close of polls on Election Day; or
    • If your signature matches the signature on file on the voter registration record.

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