Laclede County Election Info

Laclede County Election Info

This website is specifically designed to meet the needs of you, the voters of Laclede County. What do you think? Contact Us to provide your feedback.

The Laclede County Clerk’s office is featured in the December 14, 2015 edition of KSMU radio’s weekly show Making Democracy Work.

View frequently asked questions here.

2020 Election Dates

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Am I registered to vote in Laclede County?

  • Contact us by phone at (417) 532-5471 to find out if you are currently registered to vote in Laclede County.

2. Where do I vote?

3. Can I change my address over the phone?

  • No, but you can change your address via mail or by coming by the Laclede County Clerk’s Office. Other locations to change your address is the Lebanon-Laclede County Library, the Department of Motor Vehicles, or First State Bank locations in Lebanon and Conway.

4. What is the last day I can request an absentee ballot be mailed to me?

  • No later than the 2nd Wednesday prior to the Election.

5. How can I request an absentee ballot be mailed to me?

  • Write down the reason you are needing to vote absentee, the address that we need to mail the ballot to, your phone number and sign the piece of paper with all of that information on it then mail it or fax it to the Laclede County Clerk’s Office.

6. Will I have to show my ID to be able to vote?

7. Will I have to vote for the political party I voted for last time? 

  • No. You are allowed to choose anyone of the political parties ballots for that election. 

8. What offices and issues will be on the ballot?

  • Several weeks prior to an election you will be able to access this information on the What’s On The Ballot page.

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