If you're not a registered voter, or you've moved and haven't changed your registration, a fast-approaching date in October is more important at the moment than the Nov. 6 general election date - because you won't be able to vote on Nov. 6 if you haven't registered to vote by 5 p.m. Oct. 10.
County clerks are the "local election authorities" throughout Mid-Missouri. Area clerks indicate it should take between two and five minutes to complete the registration if done in-person at the clerk's office or another designated place.
For in-person registrations, state law says someone registering to vote "shall identify himself or herself by presenting a copy of a birth certificate, a Native American tribal document, other proof of United States citizenship, a valid Missouri drivers license or other form of personal identification at the time of registration."
"The way that "other forms of personal identification' are defined, for purposes of ....