Missouri Primary August 7, 2012 – Voter Information
LEE’S SUMMIT, AUGUST 2, 2012 – Here’s a list of important links to help you get ready to vote in the primary coming up in just a few days. All the information you can find navigating through the Jackson County Election Board Site or JCEB (click here).
If you’re not sure where to vote today in Jackson County, this link (http://jcebmo.org/registration) allows you to enter your name, and your date of birth, and it will bring up a page that shows you where your polling place is.
Under the Election Information tab you can find what is “On the Ballot”, and you can find the various “Voting Locations”, as well as the “Jurisdiction” to help you figure out if you are in the area covered by the JCEB, and it includes the “Calendars” so you can see when elections are coming up.
Click any of the following links to go directly to the JCEB’s site appropriate page under the ELECTION INFORMATION tab:
- On The Ballot
On the JCEB site you’ll also find a “Forms” tab that has the Change of Name or Address forms, and even the Missouri Voter Registration Application with a link to the requirements.
For the Military and U.S. Citizens outside of the U.S., you’ll also find a link to the Registration and Absentee Ballot Request – Federal Post Card Application. Much of this information is also available under the “Voter Information” tab thus making it very easy to find what you’re looking for as you get ready for the Primary on August 7th, and then the General Election in November.
I hope you found this information helpful, and if you see other links that would help others prepare, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment with the proper link.
The Lee’s Summit Conservative