Yes. Any registered Missouri voter who cannot go to his or her polling place on Election Day for certain reasons can vote by absentee ballot. If a registered voter cannot vote because he or she will be absent from the jurisdiction of their local election authority on Election Day, is incapacitated or confined due to illness or physical disability, primarily cares for another who is incapacitated or confined due to illness or physical disability, is observing a religious belief or practice, is employed as an election authority in another polling place, or is incarcerated, but otherwise authorized to vote, he or she can request an absentee ballot.
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