DO make sure you know the rules.
DO find out where you're voting BEFORE Election Day.
DO turn off and put away your cell phone before entering the polling station.
DO make a plan for how you're going to vote.
DO look at a sample ballot so you know everything you're going to vote for.
DO your research!
DON'T take a selfie or wear a candidate's shirt at the polls (some states have laws against this).
DON'T use or display your cell phone or camera inside the polling station.
DON'T hang around the polling station after voting.
DON'T let misinformation or sensationalized reporting keep you from voting
DON'T be afraid to ask questions.
Whether you choose to vote in-person or as an absentee, there is a process for both before Election Day.
If you cannot fulfill one of the reasons for absentee voting, you can still vote absentee but your vote has to be notarized. This means a notary has to sign and place a seal on your ballot. Notaries are located in many libraries, banks and at community voter drives across the city. Here is a list of available notaries in Missouri, SOS.MO.GOV.
Remember! By law, notaries can't charge money for this service!