Elections & Voting Guide
Local Voting Information
- Election Calendar
- Missouri Voter Registration Online (new!)
- Missouri Voter Registration Application (print & mail)
- Polling Locations in Boone County
The “Where Do I Vote?” section of the Boone County Clerk’s FAQ page has links for looking up your polling place, updating your address and a complete list of polling locations.
- Polling Places in Callaway County
- District Maps
- Voter ID Information
- Find Your Current Elected Officials
Local Political Clubs & Organizations
- Boone County League of Women Voters
- Mizzou College Republicans
- Mizzou College Democrats
Local News & Blogs
- Missouri Secretary of State
- Missouri Democratic Party
- Missouri Republican Party
- Missouri Constitution Party
- Missouri Libertarian Party
National Political Parties
Candidates & Elected Officials
A non-partisan website that emphasizes voter advocacy. Includes blogs, latest news, and state by state coverage.
A non-partisan, nonprofit “consumer advocate” for voters that monitors the factual accuracy of what the candidates say in their ads, debates, speeches etc. A project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center at the University of PA.
- Federal Elections Commission
Research current and historical campaign finance data for both individual candidates and political action committees.
Follow the money trail in American elections at the Center for Responsive Politics, a non-partisan, non-profit research group based in Washington D.C.
A charitable organization modeled on the Peace Corps that acts as an independent source for accurate information on candidates from all parties.
- Department of Justice: Civil Rights: Voting Section
Find statutes, cases, policy and history related to voting rights from the U.S. Department of Justice.
- Federal Voting Assistance Program
Guidance and resources for military and overseas voters who will be voting absentee.
- Historic Presidential Election Data
A quick reference guide to all past U.S. presidential elections from The American Presidency Project at UC-Santa Barbara.
- Library of Congress: U.S. Election Statistics
Resources for locating election statistics at the federal, congressional, and state levels.
“An independent, non-partisan resource on trends in American public opinion.”
- USA.gov – Voting and Elections
Basic information on voting and elections, how to contact an elected official and contributing to the election process.