2022 Elections

The League’s Register & Vote brochure has information on registering and voting in Missouri. For unbiased information on candidates and ballot measures, go to VOTE411.org before each election.

Click here to change your address or register to vote in future elections. You may also request a registration form or register to vote in person at your local election authority. The registration deadline for the April 5 municipal elections is March 9. 


Click here for helpful information on voting rights from the Missouri Voter Protection Coalition. If you have difficulties registering or have any questions about voting in Missouri, call the Election Protection Hotline at 866-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).


While the League wants to increase voter turnout, members are concerned about a proposal by Secretary of State Jay Aschcroft to make more local elections partisan.

“There are better ways to increase voter turnout,” says LWVMO President Marilyn McLeod. “A simple one would be to make mail-in ballots as widely available as they were in 2020.

McLeod said before the state considers a radical change like eliminating nonpartisan elections, it should first make sure it’s as easy as possible to cast a ballot.

Turnout for the April 2021 municipal elections was very low, ranging from 9.87 percent in Clay County to 29.09 percent in St. Louis City.

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