General election is on Nov. 06, 2018.
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Get your polling place at Find A Polling Place.
Get your sample ballot at Sample Ballot Lookup.
There is NO Early Voting in Missouri.
Voter’s Registration deadline is:
- In-Person: 28 days before Election Day
- By Mail: 28 days before Election Day.
- Online: 28 days before Election Day
President: There is NO candidate running for president in 2018
Senator: There Democratic candidate running for the Missouri Senate in 2018 is Incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill (D).
US House House of Representatives:
Voters will elect eight candidates to serve in the U.S. House, one from each of the state’s eight congressional districts.
US House of Representatives: The Democratic candidates running for the House of Representatives are: District 1: William Lacy Clay (i); District 2: Cort VanOstran; District 3:Katy Geppert; District 4: Renee Hoagenson; District 5:Emanuel Cleaver, incumbent; District 6: Henry Martin; District 7: Jamie Schoolcraft; District 8:Kathy Ellis;
State Executive Level – The Auditor is the only position up for election in 2018.
Governor: There is No candidate running for Governor in 2018
Lt. Governor: There is No candidate running for Lt. Governor in 2018
Atty. General: There is No candidate running for Lt. Governor in 2018
Auditor: The Democratic candidate running for Auditor is Nicole Galloway, incumbent
State Congressional Level
State Senate: A total of 17 seats out of the chamber’s 34 seats are up for election in 2018. Missouri state senators serve staggered, 4 year term and half of the Senate is up for election every two years.
The Democratic candidates are:
District 2:Patrice Billings ; District 4:Karla May; District 6:Nicole Thompson; District 8:Hillary Shields; District 10:Ayanna Shivers ; District 12:Terry Richard ; District 14:Brian Williams; District 16:Ryan Dillon ; District 18:Crystal Stephens; District 20:Jim Billedo; District 22:Robert Butler; District 24:Jill Schupp (I); District 26:John Kiehne; District 28:Joe Poor ; District 30:Charlie Norr; District 32:Carolyn McGowan ; District 34:Martin Rucker II
All 163 House seats are up for election in 2018. Missouri state representatives serve 2 year terms, with all seats up for election every two years. Please vote for the Democratic candidate that represents your district.
I have NO comment or opinion of any of the candidates for the courts.
The Missouri Supreme Court is composed of seven judges who are appointed by the governor and then must stand for retention by voters thereafter. A full term on the court is 12 years. Retention elections take place during Missouri’s general elections, which are held every two years in even-numbered years.
Local Court Judges (See Municipal Level elections below)
|2018 Missouri School Board Elections|
|District||Primary Election||General Election||Runoff Election||Regular term length||Seats up for election||Total board seats||2015-16 enrollment|
|Center 58 School District||N/A||4/3/2018||N/A||3||2||7||2,679|
|Grandview C-4 School District||N/A||4/3/2018||N/A||3||3||7||4,414|
|Hickman Mills C-1 School District||N/A||4/3/2018||N/A||3||3||7||6,341|
|North Kansas City Schools||N/A||4/3/2018||N/A||3||3||7||19,997|
|Park Hill School District||N/A||4/3/2018||N/A||3||2||7||11,537|
|Platte County R-III School District||N/A||4/3/2018||N/A||3||2||7||4,030|
|Raytown C-2 School District||N/A||4/3/2018||N/A||3||2||7||9,498|
|St. Joseph School District||N/A||4/3/2018||N/A||3||3||7||11,336|
|St. Louis Public Schools||N/A||11/6/2018||N/A||4||2||7||28,960|
- Clay County, Missouri – County commissioner, county clerk, prosecuting attorney, county collector, recorder of deeds, and county auditor
- Jackson County, Missouri – County executive and county legislator
- Platte County, Missouri – County commissioner, county clerk, prosecuting attorney, county collector, recorder of deeds, and county auditor
- St. Louis, Missouri – Collector of revenue, license collector, recorder of deeds, clerk of the circuit court, and Ward 8 alderman (special election)