March 7 Election Day
Election Day is upon us!
Polls are open from 6AM to 7PM on Tuesday and there are two races on the ballot.
The 6th Ward Democrats have voted to endorse:
- Megan Ellyia Green for President of the Board of Aldermen
- Daniela Velázquez for 6th Ward Alderwoman
WHERE TO VOTE
You can vote at your assigned polling place (one of these spots) or at one of 12 city-wide polling places.
6th Ward assigned polling places:
- Mann Elementary - 4047 Juniata
- St. Pius V Church - 3310 S Grand
- Tower Grove Christian Academy - 4257 Magnolia Ave
- Missouri School for the Blind - 3867 Magnolia Ave
The closest city-wide polling place is the Missouri School for the Blind at 3867 Magnolia Ave.
If you requested an absentee ballot & have not cast it yet, you can bring it with you to the polling place & you can vote in-person there.
PHOTO ID REQUIRED
A new Missouri law requires specific forms of photo ID to vote:
Permissible forms of ID:
- Nonexpired Missouri driver’s license or non-driver’s license
- Nonexpired U.S. passport
- Nonexpired U.S military ID, including veteran’s card
- Another photo ID issued by Missouri or the federal government that’s not expired or has expired after Nov. 2, 2020
No longer permissible forms of ID:
- Student IDs, out-of-state driver’s licenses, pay stubs, utility bills, and postcards from the St. Louis Board of Election Commissioners
If you do not have an acceptable ID, you can vote a provisional ballot on Election Day and it will be counted if the signature on your provisional ballot matches the signature on file with the Board of Election Commissioners.
ELECTION PROTECTION RESOURCES
If you encounter any problems at the polls, call the nonpartisan Election Protection Hotline — a project of the Lawyers Committee on Civil Rights. Save this information in your phone so you have it if you or a neighbor need it when you’re at the polls.
English: 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683)
Spanish: 888-VE-Y-VOTE (888-839-8682)
Asian Languages: 888-API-VOTE (888-274-8683)
Arabic: 844-YALLA-US (844-925-5287)
You can also tweet @866OurVote, or head to 866OurVote.org.