COLUMBIA — The Boone County Clerk's office mailed sample ballots to registered voters, but anyone who did not receive a copy can find everything voters need to know on the clerk's website.
A common reason folks did not receive a sample ballot is the wrong registered address, according to the site. Click here to verify registration information.
Other common voting questions:
When are the polls open?
All voting stations will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
Where is my polling location?
The county clerk's office sends out a notice of polling place along with the sample ballot. For those who did not receive one or have misplaced it, the clerk's website has a handy tool that allows voters to look up polling information.
Do I need my ID to vote?
Voters will need to bring ID cards to the polls. The following forms of ID will work:
- Driver's license.
- ID card from a state agency, such as a university employee ID, or a non-drivers ID.
- ID card from a higher education institution, such as an MU student ID.
- Passport or Social Security, Medicaid, or Medicare card.
- A copy of a current utility bill, government check or other government document with a name and an address on it.
Those voting for the first time need a copy of a current, valid photo ID or a utility bill, government check, paycheck, bank statement or other government document with a name and address on it, according to the clerk's website.
Who am I voting for?