ST. LOUIS, Mo. (KMOX) – For the past few years, Missouri has been using a statewide voter database to keep track of where Missourians are registered to vote. As the debate on whether people need an ID to vote continues to center on voter fraud, election officials say that database should curb that fear.
Former State Senator Rita Days is in charge of the Board of Elections in St. Louis County. She says she doesn’t know of any instances of fraud in voter registration in Missouri. She says there’s no way for a person to be registered twice in Missouri, but someone could potentially be registered in Missouri and in Illinois because there’s no national database for voter registration.
To find out if or where you’re registered to vote, go to the Secretary of State’s web site.
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