Greene County Clerk Shane Schoeller is reminding voters that although the date of the general municipal elections has changed to June 2, the deadline for registration has not for the
August Statewide Primary election.

To help empower citizens to be ready to vote in 2020, Schoeller is encouraging residents to prepare now by registering to vote and updating their voter registration information online if they have changed their address or last name.

“Covid-19 presents a difficult and unprecedented challenge to the 2020 Elections, especially because so much of our election work historically has been done in person,” Schoeller said. “Our office wants to encourage residents to not only take the necessary steps to protect their health, but also protect their civil liberties – including the right to vote, by making sure their registrations are up to date.”

Registering and updating voter registration online only takes a couple minutes through the Greene County Clerk’s website –

From the Clerk’s webpage, go to Voter Registration and select the Online Registration Portal.

Make sure to select the online form option.

You can also choose to print and mail your application to the Clerk’s office.

To register online you will need to provide the following information:

  • Missouri driver’s license number or Last 4 digits of your Social Security number (or both)
  • Full Legal Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Residential Address (including your apartment, unit, lot or trailer number)
  • Signature (use your tablet, smartphone or computer mouse for an online signature)

Voters who have questions or issues with the online system are encouraged to call the office if assistance is needed in completing their online registration.

The number for the office is (417) 868-4060.