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At the heart of the University’s mission is the support and development of students that contribute to the region and beyond. A critical element of this development are engaged citizens that participate in the election process.
Please join us for one of the University voter informational programs, provided in partnership with SEMO Votes. A professional that can help you with voter registration, absentee ballot process, and general voter access questions will be on site to help students and employees who have any questions.
|Thursday, Oct 1||2:45-4:15||Student Recreation Center|
|Friday, Oct 2||11:00-1:30p||Kent Library|
|Monday, Oct 5||11:00-1:30||River Campus Dobbins, next to St Vincent's|
|Wednesday, Oct 7||11:00-1:30||UC (postmark date, last day to register MO)|
If you are a Missouri resident you may vote in elections if you:
If you are a Missouri resident you can learn more about voter registration by visiting Missouri Secretary of State’s Register to Vote.
You can check your voter registration by visiting Missouri Secretary of State Voter Registration.
The Missouri Secretary of State maintains an online outreach center that allows you to search for your polling place based on your address. You must be already registered to vote to use this service, this online outreach center only identifies where someone would vote based on where they reside.
To vote in Missouri a registered voter needs one of the following forms of identification:
If you are a Illinois resident you may vote in elections if you:
You can check your registration by visiting the Illinois State Board of Elections Voter Application.
If you are not registered to vote you can complete the process online via the Illinois State Board of Elections Voter Application.
Many other states have online voter registration. You can look for your state at www.vote.org.
For Missouri residents you can find out more details on voting by absentee ballots by visiting Missouri Secretary of State’s Absentee Voting website.
For all other States you can request an absentee ballot through Vote.org.
Southeast Missouri State University's Department of Athletics and the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) recognize the importance of voting and want to assist students in preparing for the upcoming elections. To support this effort a webpage has been developed as an educational tool that provides detailed voting registration, absentee ballot information and nonpartisan candidate informational links.