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Resources Available for Student Voters for Missouri Primary


There are multiple ways to vote and resources available for students interested in casting a ballot in the upcoming Missouri Presidential Primary, which falls on Tuesday, March 10, during SLU’s Spring Break.

Students are encouraged to vote before leaving campus.

In-person Voting

Students who are registered in the City of St. Louis can visit the Board of Election Commissioners at 300 N. Tucker Blvd., Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., to vote. The Board of Election Commissioners’ offices are located one block north of the School of Law, and are accessible via the Parks/Scott Hall Shuttle.

By Mail

If voting by mail, Missouri Absentee ballots do need to be notarized. There are notaries on campus, including at the U.S. Bank branch in the Busch Student Center.

Notarization is free for absentee ballots.

Need Help?

Students can visit the Center for Service and Community Engagement in Suite 204, Wuller Hall, to receive assistance with voter registration, absentee ballots or transportation.

For questions about elections in Missouri or around the country, visit, contact Leah Sweetman or call 314-977-4214.

Submitted by Leah Sweetman.