Municipal Elections

The City Clerk is the election official for the City of Ladue. The City Clerk serves as the liaison to the Board of Elections, overseeing and managing election filings for candidates, ballot propositions, as well as any initiative, referendum or recall proceedings in the city.

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Absentee Voting

As of August 28, 2022, the state of Missouri allows two options for voting prior to Election Day. The first option for our residents is absentee voting with an excuse that begins 6 weeks prior to Election Day. This can be done via mail or in-person at the St. Louis County Board of Elections. The second option is no-excuse absentee voting and can only be done in-person at the St. Louis County Board of Elections. 

St. Louis County Board of Elections
725 Northwest Plaza Drive
St. Ann, MO 63074

Contact the St. Louis County Board of Elections for more questions regarding Absentee Voting.
[email protected]

General Information on Voting in St. Louis County
Voters in Saint Louis County may vote at any polling place in the County on Election Day.  Polling places are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.  If you are in line at the closing time of 7:00 p.m. you have the right to cast your vote.

Identification is required in order to vote in St. Louis County. Samples of acceptable forms of ID can be found here.

Every polling place has an ADA accessible voting system for individuals with disabilities, which includes audiovisual accessibility. Our accessible system includes an audio ballot to make your selections, the ability to enlarge text so that you can read the on-screen ballot with ease, compatibility with standard "puff/sip" devices, and a large tactile switch control panel.

Voters with limited mobility can vote “curbside” or outside the polling place. Visit a polling place and ask someone to notify Election Judges of your need to vote curbside. A bi-partisan team of Election Judges will bring a vote recorder and ballot to your vehicle.