November 5, 2018—With Midterm General Elections less than 24-hours away, determine your voting location with our guide below.

Clay County, Missouri*

Precinct Location Address City, Zip                                                   

Fishing River 1,  The Montgomery Event Venue,  425 S. Thompson Ave. Excelsior Springs, 64024

Fishing River 2,  Flack Memorial Church, 1300 Tracy Ave. Excelsior Springs, 64024

Fishing River 3, Hall of Waters, 201 E. Broadway Ave. Excelsior Springs, 64024

Fishing River 4, Missouri City School, 700 E. Main St. Missouri City, 64072

Fishing River 5, Mosby City Hall, 12312 4th St. Excelsior Springs, 64024

Washington 1, Excelsior Springs Community Center, 500 Tiger Drive Excelsior Springs, 64024

Washington 2, Excelsior Springs Community Center, 500 Tiger Drive Excelsior Springs, 64024

Washington 3, First United Methodist Church, 1000 E. 92 Highway Kearney, 64060


Ray County, Missouri*

Precinct Location Address City, Zip                                                   

Camden, Camden Masonic Lodge, 101 Main St. Camden, 64017

Hardin, Hardin City Hall, 100 E. Main Hardin, 64035

Henrietta, Henrietta City Hall, 202 Main St. Henrietta, 64036

Homestead Village, Crystal Lakes City Hall, 14739 Crystal Drive Excelsior Springs, 64024

Knoxville, Ray County Road Shed, 16306 Hwy. 13 Richmond, 64085

Lawson, Lawson Community Center, 103 S. Pennsylvania Ave. Lawson, 64062

Millville, Millville United Methodist Church, 4372 Hwy. K Richmond, 64085

Orrick, Orrick Community Center, 111 E. South Front St. Orrick, 64077

Rayville, Rayville Christian Union Church, 14459 Hwy. C Rayville, 64084

Richmond 1-4, Ray County Courthouse, 100 W. Main St. Richmond, 64085

Stet, Stet Fire Department, 49971 Hwy. K Norborne, 64680

Wood Heights, Wood Heights City Hall, 2098 Eastridge Dr. Wood Heights, 64024

*Voting locations obtained by Clay County, Ray County and Missouri Secretary of State websites.

To verify if you are registered and which precinct you vote in, please visit:


Show it 2 Vote

If you are a registered voter, you can vote.

Missouri’s photo ID requirements for voting began June 1, 2017. In any election after that date, you will be asked to show a photo ID before you vote. If you voted in the last election, you can vote.

Here’s how you can ShowIt2Vote:

1) Show a government-issued photo ID: driver license, non-driver license, passport, military ID.

2) Sign the provided statement and show one of the following: voter registration card, ID from a Missouri university, college, vocational or technical school, utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document showing your name and address.

3) Vote a provisional ballot. There are two ways your vote counts.

• If your signature matches the signature in the voter registry, your vote counts.

• If you come back to your polling place and show a photo ID, your vote counts.

If you do not have a photo ID to vote, the Missouri Secretary of State’s office will help you obtain one non-driver license for free. Visit for more information.

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