Voters wanting to cast ballots in the August primary don’t have much time left to get themselves registered. Secretary of State Robin Carnahan says people can register with their local elections authority or they can go to her website. But they have to file their registrations by the close of business next Wednesday, July 9.
Missouri already has gained thousands of new registered voters. Carnahan says registration spiked before the Presidential Primary in February.
She says the August primary probably won’t produce a record turnout. But she says the November election could be a record-breaker.