Vote safe in Spring 2021


COVID-19 has created additional challenges to vote. We are here, along with our partners, to help you make a plan to vote safely in upcoming elections. Share the information below with your communities and networks to help us get out the vote! To find information about upcoming elections, visit the Board of Election websites for the City of St. Louis or St. Louis County.

Prepare to vote in the spring elections:

St. Louis City – March 2 and April 6, 2021

St. Louis County – April 6, 2021

To make sure you’re prepared to vote, follow the simple steps below.

Register to vote! To vote in the next election, register by February 3, 2021, if you live in the City of St. Louis, and by March 10, 2021, if you live in St. Louis County. If you think you have already registered, check your voter registration to be safe. 

See if you qualify to vote absentee and fill out an absentee request form. To vote absentee in the next election, request an absentee ballot by February 17, 2021, if you live in the City of St. Louis, and by March 24, 2021, if you live in St. Louis County. 

If you want to vote in person, find your polling place ahead of time if you live in the City of St. Louis or in St. Louis County. Polls are open 6 am – 7pm. If you are in line before the polls close, you can vote!

Know who and what you’re voting for before you get to the polls. To find a sample ballot, visit the Board of Election websites for the City of St. Louis or St. Louis County.

This year the City of St. Louis will elect a new mayor, comptroller (chief financial officer), and 16 aldermanic seats.

Stay safe


If you would like to vote in person, follow the 6 tips below to stay safe at the polls.