The 2024 elections are upon us, and we need your help to ensure that every eligible vote counts in Missouri! Here are ways to engage:
- Serve as challengers and watchers during early voting and on Election Day. Reach out to your local Republican or Democrat parties for information on qualifications and how to apply.
- Serve as Officer of Elections/Election Officer (poll workers). Learn about Officers of Elections in Missouri and how to apply here. You can also use the poll worker lookup tool to find information on being a poll worker in your community, including requirements, hours, pay, training, and more.
- Ensure Missourians are registered to vote. We have made it easy for you. Download our Conducting a Voter Registration Drive: Instructions and Helpful Tips.
- Be an informed voter by checking out iVoterGuide.
Other helpful links:
- Official Missouri State Website – Elections & Voting
- Poll Worker/Poll Watcher Push Card
- She Prays She Votes 2024 election resources.
Republican Party: Caucus – March 2, 2024
The Missouri GOP is conducting a series of caucuses and conventions to elect delegates to represent Missouri at the Republican National Convention. Caucuses will be held in each county. Details can be found on the Missouri GOP website.
Democratic Party: Primary – March 23, 2024
The Democratic party will continue with primary elections in the state of Missouri. Participants are required to register as a member of the Democratic Party prior to casting their votes. You can find additional details at Missouri Democrats.
Primary Election: Missourians vote to select candidates to represent their party in the November general election.
- Wednesday, July 10: Last day to register to vote for the August primary election. Mail-in voter registration packets must be postmarked by this date. Mail in Application Request.
- Wednesday, July 24: Mail-in ballots must be returned by this date. Those wishing to vote absentee in-person prior to the election must do so before 5:00 p.m. the night before the election.
- Tuesday, August 6: Missouri primary election. The primary will determine which candidate receives the nomination for their party. The nominated candidates for each party will then face each other in the November general election. Polls are open from 6 am – 7 pm.
Missourians will vote for statewide officeholders and indicate their choice for U.S. President. In this election, Missourians will decide who will be Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, and Treasurer. Missourians will also determine who will be representing the state in one of its seats in the U.S. Senate. Other state representative and state senate seats will also be decided.
- Tuesday, September 24: First day voters can request a mail-in ballot. Requirements for obtaining an absentee ballot can be found on the Missouri Secretary of State’s website. Mail in Application Request
- Wednesday, October 9: Last day to register to vote for the November general election. Mail-in voter registration packets must be postmarked by this date.
- Wednesday, October 23: Mail-in ballots must be returned by this date. Those wishing to vote absentee in-person prior to the election must do so before 5:00 p.m. the night before the election.
- Tuesday, November 5: General Election. Polls are open from 6:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Additional information: How to Vote – Missouri Secretary of State
Thank you for making a difference in Missouri!