A new voter ID law is set to go into effect in Missouri for the upcoming November 2022 election. The only acceptable forms of voter ID will be an unexpired Missouri driver’s license, a Missouri non-drivers ID, a U.S. passport, a U.S. Military ID, or other federally issued photo ID cards. University ID cards and non-photo ID cards, such as voter registration cards, will not be accepted for voting purposes.
Those who do not have one of the acceptable forms of ID listed above should visit their local license office to obtain either a driver’s or non-driver’s license as soon as possible in order to get an acceptable ID before the November election.
More information on Missouri’s voter ID requirements from the Missouri Secretary of State’s office is available at the following link: Voter ID (mo.gov)
Information on how to obtain a driver’s or non-driver’s license is available at the following link from the Missouri Department of Revenue: Documents for Driver/ Nondriver License & Instruction Permit (mo.gov)
Find your local License Office at the following link: Department of Revenue Office Location Map (mo.gov)
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