Last minute election reminders

Joe Jarosz
Northeast News
April 6, 2014

KANSAS CITY, Missouri — On Tuesday, Kansas City, Mo., residents will be asked to head to area polling places to vote. The 213,018 registered voters, at least.

But do you know where to go or what to do if you’re filing an absentee ballot? In-person absentee voting at the Kansas City Election Board’s Union Station office, 30 W. Pershing Road, runs through 5 p.m. tomorrow. All mail-in absentee voting must be received by the election board no later than 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 8.

If you plan to head to the polls, don’t forget your new voter identification card. Red, white and blue voter identification cards were mailed to all registered voters in Kansas City this past March. The card contains the voter’s name and address, voter identification number, polling location, voting districts, ward and precinct number, and registration date. The card is one of the acceptable forms of identification at the polls.

Along with the voter identification card, other acceptable forms of identification include driver’s license, government issued identification, Missouri higher education identification, local election authority issued identification or a current bank statement, utility bill, paycheck or government document containing the voter’s name and current address.

Polling Location

With 384 precincts and 133 polling locations, knowing where to cast your ballot can be a little confusing. Voters can find their polling location online at www.kceb.org by entering their last name and birth date in the “check voter status” box located in the top lefthand corner of the website’s homepage.

Here is a list of polling location within the Northeast:

Ward 11

Sons of Columbus Meeting Hall (A), 2415 Independence Ave.

Saint Anthony Catholic Church, 3208 Lexington Ave.

Sons of Columbus Meeting Hall (B), 2415 Independence Ave.

Don Bosco Center, 580 Campbell St.

Ward 12

Holy Cross gym, 5108 St. John Ave.

North-East Library, 6000 Wilson Road

Children’s Memorial Church, 5001 Independence Ave.

Ward 13

Lawndale Heights, 1400 Topping Ave.

Downtown Church of Christ, 2010 Van Brunt Blvd.

Baha’i Faith Center, 6515 Independence Ave.

Ward 14

Bethel Baptist Church, 4300 E. 18th St.

Phyllis Wheatley Elementary School, 2415 Agnes Ave.

Bluford Library, 3050 Prospect Ave.

Cleveland Avenue Baptist Church, 2853 Cleveland Ave.

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