Notary Available at Two Libraries for Voters' Mail-in Ballots
August 5, 2020 — If you’re planning to vote with a mail-in ballot in this year’s elections, the Library can help.
Mail-in ballots must be notarized before mailing, and now you can get your ballot notarized at the Library Center or Library Station by appointment.
A Library staff member at both branches is certified as a notary public. There is no fee for the service.
About Absentee Voting
If you have or are in an at-risk category for COVID-19, you may vote absentee without a notary in the November 2020 elections. All other voters can vote by mail, but are required to have their ballot notarized. Additional information about absentee voting in Greene County can be found on the Greene County Clerk's website, https://greenecountymo.gov/county_clerk/