I Will Vote in 2020

I WILL VOTE IN 2020

Hot 103 Jamz encourages you to join the movement, “I WILL VOTE IN 2020”. While it’s important to vote in all local and national elections, the general election is November the 3rd. This election will include congressional seats and the presidential election. Hot 103 Jamz has made it easier to register to vote and gather voter information resources right here!


missouri voteMISSOURI

Voter Registration Deadline: Must be postmarked by Wed Oct 7, 2020 or register online here:

Click here to register to vote

Pre-Registration

 

17.5 year-olds and up can pre-register to vote. On your 18th birthday, your voter registration application will be fully processed.

 

If You’ve Moved

When submitting a voter registration application, no additional documents are required for your registration to be processed. The state confirms your citizenship and eligibility through the information provided on your registration form, such as your state-issued license/ID number or the last 4 digits of your SSN.

Voting Rights Restoration

In Missouri, voting rights of convicted persons are restored upon completion of one’s sentence. Returning citizens must re-register after their rights are restored.

Photo ID

Photo ID is required to vote in Missouri. If the voter does not have a valid photo ID, they may use a secondary form of identification and sign a statement confirming their identity. If the voter has no form of ID, but is a registered voter, they can vote a provisional ballot. If you do not have government-issued photo ID, you may contact the Secretary of State’s office by email at showit2vote@sos.mo.gov to acquire one for free. Valid forms of photo ID include:

– Missouri Driver License

– Missouri Nondriver License

– U.S. Passport

– U.S. Military ID

 

If you do not have a photo ID, you may show one of the following along with a signed statement:

– Voter Registration Card

– ID from a Missouri university, college, vocational or technical school

– Utility Bill

– Bank Statement

– Government Check

– Paycheck

– Other government document showing your name and address

 

If you are having problems getting an approved form of voter ID, you can contact Spread the Vote for assistance at https://www.spreadthevote.org/

Vote by Mail

Absentee ballot applications must be received by the Wednesday before Election Day. To vote absentee in Missouri, voters must meet one of the following requirements:

– Person is absent on Election Day from their respective county

– Illness or disability prevents them from going to the polls

– Religious belief or practice prevents them from the polling place

– Incarceration, provided all qualifications for voting are retained

– If you are an election authority

 

Please note: Missouri does not offer in-person early voting. However, voters with an approved excuse can cast an absentee ballot in person.

Polls are open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Access for Voters with Disabilities

Voters with a physical disability have access to curbside voting.

Absentee Voting Information Kansas City, Missouri Voters

If you are a Missouri voter who lives in the Kansas City region, what county you live in matters to where you can vote and where you can apply for absentee.

For Kansas Citians who live in Jackson County, your election board is the Kansas City Election Board. To apply for absentee, to vote absentee in-person, or to find your polling place, you must go to that election board, found here: https://www.kceb.org/ (located at Union Station).

For Jackson County residents who don’t live in Kansas City (g. residents in Independence, Blue Springs, Lee’s Summit, Lone Jack, Oak Grove), your election board is the Jackson County Election Board. To apply for absentee, to vote absentee in-person, or to find your polling place, you must go to that election board, found here: https://jcebmo.org/ (located at 215 N. Liberty, Independence, MO 64050).

For Platte County residents who live in Kansas City, your election board is Platte County Board of Elections. To apply for absentee, to vote absentee in-person, or to find your polling place, you must go to that election board, found here: https://www.plattemovotes.org/ (located at 2600 NW Prairie View Road, Platte City)

For Clay County residents who live in Kansas City, your election board is Clay County Board of Elections. To apply for absentee, to vote absentee in-person, or to find your polling place, you must go to that election board, found here: https://www.claycoelections.com/ (located at 100 W. Mississippi St., Liberty)

For Cass County residents who live in Kansas City, your election board is Cass County Clerk. To apply for absentee, to vote absentee in-person, or to find your polling place, you must go to that clerk, found here: https://www.casscounty.com/2210/County-ClerkElection-Authority (located at 102 E. Wall Street, Harrisonville)

 


KANSAS

Voter Registration Deadline

Online by Tue Oct 13, 2020

Postmarked by Tue Oct 13, 2020

Click here to register to vote

Deadline to Request an Absentee Ballot:

Fri Oct 30, 2020

Deadline to Return Completed Absentee Ballot:

Mon Nov 2, 2020

Photo ID

Photo ID is required to vote in Kansas. If you do not have an approved form of photo ID, you must vote provisionally. Provisional ballots will only be counted if the voter returns to present a valid ID sometime before the county canvass board meets. Valid forms of ID include:

– A Driver’s License or nondriver’s identification card issued by Kansas or by another state or district of the United States

– A concealed carry of handgun license issued by Kansas or a concealed carry of handgun or weapon license issued by another state or district of the United States

– A United States passport

– An employee badge or identification document issued by a municipal, county, state, or federal government office

– A military identification document issued by the United States

– A student identification card issued by an accredited postsecondary institution of education in the state of Kansas

– A public assistance identification card issued by a municipal, county, state or federal government office

– An identification card issued by an Indian tribe

If you are having problems getting an approved form of voter ID, you can contact Spread the Vote for assistance at www.spreadthevote.org.

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