Voting in State Elections
- Visit your My Voter Page to request an absentee ballot and track its status, update your voter registration record, find your polling place, view a sample ballot, and much more. The My Voter Page is your unique, voter-specific, online resource for all your election-related needs. More>
- The Lobbying Information System is your location to register an entity, file reports, and search all information filed by lobbyists, their employers, and lobbying firms. More >
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Find information on becoming a candidate and complying with election law.
Find information for town clerks and other election officials on the conduct of elections.
Find information on voter registration, absentee voting, and pollling place locations.
Find information on lobbying in Vermont, registration, and required disclosures.
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How old in Missouri do you have to be to vote in state elections?
One must be 18 years of age to vote in state elections in Missouri. Missourians can register to vote: By filling out the Missouri Voter Registration application.
Should the popular vote decide state elections to eliminate gerrymandering districts? | Yahoo Answers
The electoral college was fabricated to give the minority a voice in government. But the whole point of being a democracy and a majority rule nation is the the minority has no voice because they are WRONG.
The number of votes is all that should matter.