Missouri primary voter registration deadline Wednesday

Official voter registration ends Wednesday for Missourians hoping to cast a ballot in the presidential primary on March 15.

Mary Wheeler-Jones, Democratic director of the St. Louis City Board of Election Commissioners, said there are a number of ways to register in Missouri. They include by mail, which must be postmarked by Wednesday, and in person. The latter can be done at local election, Department of Motor Vehicle, and Social Security offices as well as public libraries.

Missourians can also register online through the Secretary of State’s website.

Officials expect a 30 to 40 percent voter turnout for next month’s primary following an escalation in registration throughout the state.

Read more: St. Louis Public Radio


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