Election Day is Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Proposition I requires a simple majority (50.0% to pass), and Proposition N requires a 4/7 majority (57.1% to pass). In an election, EVERY SINGLE VOTE IS IMPORTANT. That’s why it is crucial that you remember to vote on that day and remind all of your friends and family to do the same. If you are not registered to vote, the deadline to do so is October 12th.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO VOTE?
All registered voters in the Affton School District are eligible to vote in this election.
HOW DO I REGISTER TO VOTE?
There are numerous registration sites available throughout St. Louis County for those eligible to register to vote, including the office of each of the schools and the administration center in Affton School District. State election laws also provide for registration by mail, at all County department of motor vehicle registration offices and state offices providing public assistance while conducting other official business at their establishment.
To register to vote in St. Louis County, a person must:
- Be a U.S. citizen
- Must be 17 1/2 years of age (18 years old by Election Day)
- Be a resident of St. Louis County
For more information, visit the St. Louis County Board of Elections Voter Registration page.
WHO CAN REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT?
Local residents may also request absentee ballots by contacting the St. Louis County Board of Elections at 314-615-1933 or visit their website for additional information at their Absentee Voting page, and the deadline for doing so is November 2nd by 5 p.m.
WHERE DO I GO TO VOTE ON NOVEMBER 8?
When you receive your voter registration card, it will indicate your polling place. You may also visit the Statewide Voter Database to find your polling place.