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Greene County Voters: Look for Voter ID Postcard in Mail

GREENE COUNTY, Mo. – If you’re a registered voter in Greene County, expect a postcard in the mail with your name on it to arrive soon.
GREENE COUNTY, Mo. – If you’re a registered voter in Greene County, expect a postcard in the mail with your name on it to arrive soon.

According to Greene County Clerk Richard Struckhoff, the postcard will stand out with the help of a theme.

“Please watch your mailbox for a new voter ID card,” says Struckhoff. “We’re hoping the patriotic theme will help the new cards get noticed.”

The mailing is required by state law to help keep voter registration rolls current.

The card lists important information such as your polling place location, ward or township, and legislative, senate and school district.

The cards can also be used by voters for identification at the polls.

Voters who have registered by mail and haven’t yet cast a ballot in person will get a similar post card with instructions to bring an additional form of ID to the polls. Acceptable forms of ID will be listed on the card.

Struckhoff encourages voters to check their card to be sure all the information is correct and to keep the ID in their wallet.

The voters in one precinct, 3rd N Campbell-A, will notice a change in their polling place. This information will be highlighted in red.




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