St. Charles County residents will have an opportunity to celebrate their right to vote by registering or updating their voter records at a special event from 8 a.m.-noon on Tuesday, Sept. 24 at the County’s Administration Building, 201 North Second Street in St. Charles.
The event, to be held on National Voter Registration Day, is part of a continuing effort by the County Election Authority to make voter registration easier and more accessible.
“This is just one of many places we will be set up throughout the year to connect with residents where they live and work,” said Election Authority Director Kurt Bahr. “In addition, we are partnering with St. Charles Community College and Lindenwood University to reach students and faculty, as well as attending public events at city and county parks and visiting libraries and shopping centers. Our intent is to meet people at places that are convenient for them; to encourage those who are not registered, to register; and reach those whose records need to be updated.”
Approximately 265,000 St. Charles County residents are registered to vote.
All residents who are U.S. citizens, Missouri residents and at least 17½ years of age, are encouraged to attend this special voter registration event on Sept. 24 to either register to vote or update their voting information. To learn about upcoming elections, visit sccmo.org/ElectionAuthority.