The Missouri Secretary of State’s office has announced a new website for voters. The Missouri Voter Outreach Center is a page on the secretary’s website which offers a variety of services for those casting a ballot next Tuesday.
By typing in their address, residents are taken to a page with information specific to where they live. It features a map of where the local polling place is along with its address, as well as the location and contact information of the local election authority.
From that page, there are links to where voters can view candidates and measures that’ll appear on their ballots, and see which legislative and congressional districts they live in. Voters can also view a list of upcoming elections and voting registration deadlines as well as update their registration status.
The secretary’s office says the site meets World Wide Web Consortium standards for users with a wide range of hearing, movement, sight and cognitive abilities.
The Missouri Voter Outreach Center offers services for residents in every county in the state except Boone, which has its own website. Go to the Missouri Voter Outreach Center here.