Monday is the last day to vote "absentee" in St. Louis County on the sewer district measures for the Tuesday, June 5 ballot.
Chesterfield voters will be casting ballots Tuesday, . A charter dictates policy in operating the district.
Here's how to vote "absentee" ballot:
- Vote absentee ballot at the Maplewood office of the Election Board
- Vote until 5 p.m. the day before the election
- New residents who move to St. Louis County may vote in person at the election office on election day (if there are federal candidates on the ballot.)
- St. Louis County Board of Election Commissioners, 12 Sunnen Drive, Maplewood 63143
Here's why you can vote "absentee":
- Voters who will be absent from St. Louis County on election day
- Incapacity or confinement due to sickness or disability, including caring for a person who is incapacited or confined due to sickness or disability (The affidavit envelope does not have to be notarized for anyone requesting an absentee ballot because of sickness or disability).
- Religious belief or practice
- Employment by the Election Board
- Imprisonment, provided all other qualifications for voting are retained