Quarantined People Still Have Voting Options For November Third Election

Several Mid-Missouri County Clerks are planning to give people who have been quarantined or in isolation due to COVID-19 the chance to vote.

For eligible voters, anyone who was sent to quarantine starting on or after October 20th and anyone sent to isolation on or after October 24th cannot go to a polling place to vote in the November 3rd election.

In Boone County teams of bi-partisan election judges would go to voters homes if they are sent to isolation before 5pm on November 2nd.

In Callaway County, voters are asked to call the County Clerk’s office to discuss their situation and it may be possible for those in quarantine to vote.

In Randolph County the County Clerk could send a bipartisan team to the voters homes or voters can drive to the courthouse and a team would meet them at their car.

Polls close at 7pm on Tuesday.