Ways to Vote

Vote In-Person

Polls are open 7 am to 7 pm on Election Day

If registered in Springfield/Greene County, anyone can vote at the below locations. Or vote at your designated polling location found online or on your voter card.

Bring voter ID card or other form of identification. Note, if you do not have identification, you can still cast your ballot at the election location as a provisional ballot - your vote counts!

  • Missouri State University, MSU JQH Arena
  • City Utilities Transfer Center, 211 N. Main
  • Cox South, 3801 S. National
  • Mercy Hospital, 1235 E. Cherokee

Absentee or Mail-In Voting Options

Download a Missouri Absentee request form

You must first request an absentee or mail-in ballot. You will then receive your official election ballot in the mail to be returned.

OPTION 1: Vote-by-Mail Absentee with qualified reason

If you are unable cast your ballot at your polling location because you are out of town, incapacitated, religious belief, or you are a COVID-19 at-risk voter, you can absentee vote.

You do not need a notary if you meet the “incapacitated” or the “at risk for COVID-19” reason listed on the application. All remaining absentee reasons do require notarization.

OPTION 2: Vote In-Person Absentee with Qualified Reason

The main difference between voting-in-person through absentee voting and voting by mail is that the in-person absentee voters do not need to find a notary to confirm their identity as the actual person casting the requested ballot in-person. The voter’s identity is confirmed in the same manner as a voter being checked in on Election Day by an election judge.

To vote in-person absentee in Greene County, stop by the Elections Center on 1126 North Boonville between 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Monday – Friday.

In-person absentee voting will also be open for Greene County voters on Saturday, October 24 from 9 a.m.–1 p.m. and Saturday, October 31 from 9 a.m.–4 p.m.