Voter FAQs for the 2022 Midterm Elections

The 2022 General Midterm Elections take place on Tuesday, November 8, from 6 a.m. - 7 p.m. CST. This election covers a wide array of issues from local to national, which has left many members of our community curious as to how they can best exercise their right to vote. We've assembled some of the most common questions we've received into a handy FAQ prior to election day, so that it's as easy as possible for our community to vote!

VOTER FAQs - 2022 Midterms

Am I registered to vote?
Where do I go to vote?
  • All residents of St. Louis County can vote at any polling place within the county. This includes the Maryland Heights Government Center and Community Center for those voting within our jurisdiction. There's no need to worry if you're voting in a County municipality different than where you live - when providing your Photo ID to the County Election Judges, a ballot will be printed off appropriate to your home address!  You can find a complete list of polling places at the STL County website!
How do I vote early?
  • Early voting started in Missouri on Oct. 25th at SOME polling locations. This includes "no excuse" voting - you don't need any special reason in order to cast an early ballot! You can check early voting locations at the hyperlink here.
How do I vote absentee?
  • Eligibility for mail-in, absentee voting concluded on October 25. Early, in-person voting is still available at select locations (see above)
What are the ballot issues I will vote on?

Can I still vote by mail?
  • No - however all polling places offer curbside voting on election day for individuals with physical disabilities, and all satellite polling places offer curbside voting during the early-voting!
How do I get to the polls?
  • Those in need of transportation assistance in order to vote can contact one of two organizations in the area offering free rides to the polls.
    • A. Philip Randolph Foundation: (314) 562-0411
    • Aging Ahead: (636) 207-0847
Do I need a Photo ID to vote? 
  • Per House Bill 1878 (commonly known as the Election Integrity Law), all Missouri residents must now present a valid, state-issued photo ID at the polls when voting. This includes documents such as Drivers Licenses, Passports, or Government Employee IDs. Photo ID can be acquired in multiple ways, including:
    • The Missouri Department of Revenue, through the license offices throughout the state, provides one (1) nondriver license at no charge to Missourians who wish to obtain a photo ID for voting purposes (and do not already have one). Call 573-526-VOTE (8683) or visit for more info.
    • The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services, Bureau of Vital Records, can provide one (1) free exempt copy of a certified Missouri birth certificate to an individual seeking to obtain one (1) free nondriver’s license in order to vote in Missouri if the applicant does not already have a current nondriver’s license or current driver’s license. Call (573) 751-6387 or email for more info.
    • The Missouri Secretary of State will help you obtain official documents needed to get a Missouri nondriver license. Examples include birth certificate; marriage license; adoption decree; U.S. Department of State naturalization papers; or court order changing one's name. They will pay for official documents from other states or the federal government.
    • If you do not have a Photo ID, the Missouri Secretary of State's office can help you obtain the documents you need. You can request help at You can also contact the Secretary of State's office by calling toll free at (866) 868-3245, or emailing them at

If you have any further questions about voting, don't be afraid to ask! The City Clerk's office has all the answers you need - you can reach them at (314) 738-2211, or by email at