Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd, is rapidly approaching. Let’s get the vote out in the Dutchtown neighborhood!

Video by Chip Smith of Cross Grand.

As the largest and most populous neighborhood in St. Louis, our neighbors can have a powerful impact on local elections because in Dutchtown, we are thousands of voters strong. If we come together this Election Day and every election hereafter to vote for the candidates and issues that matter most to our community, we can change power structures and influence policy to work better for our neighborhood.

The last mayoral primary was won by 879 votes. In Dutchtown, we have nearly 10,000 eligible voters, yet only 2,000 or less turn out for each election. This is why the Dutchtown Justice Alliance says “Dutchtown Decides.” Because together, we can decide elections in St. Louis. We have the people. We have the power. We just need to take it.

Voter Information

Polls are open from 6am to 7pm on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd. If you are in line at 7pm you may vote.

If you’re not sure where your polling place is, you can check at the City of St. Louis website. You can also find a sample ballot listing all the candidates, judges, and propositions you’ll be voting on this Election Day. The City’s Board of Elections website also has information about voting absentee.

If you are voting by mail and need your ballot notarized, the Missouri Voter Protection Coalition has a list of notaries to contact.

For a free ride to the polls call Souls to the Polls at (314) 562-0411.

If you have any questions or problems voting call (866)-OUR-VOTE (866-687-8683).

Your Vote Matters

Your vote really counts! It gives you an equal say in determining our future. It’s your chance to influence decisions for your community and weigh in on the issues that matter most to you and your family.

With registered voter turnout hovering below 20% in both the 20th and 25th Wards in most elections, Dutchtown residents are leaving thousands of votes on the table.

To increase the likelihood you’ll actually vote, make sure you know:

  • Where your polling place is
  • How and when you’ll be voting
  • Who you’ll be voting for

We’ll see you at the polls on November 3rd!