Madison, Wisconsin, USA - September 17, 2020: A 2020 presidential election voting ballot highlighting the required witness signature for absentee voting.

Need your ballot notarized? Get it done for free!

Free Pop Up Notaries

While advanced voting is available to anyone, you will need to have your mail-in ballot envelope notarized if you are 65 and younger and not at risk of Covid-19. To help the process, several notaries in south KC have scheduled free pop-up notarization clinics. 

  • October 10 & 17 – KC Pet Project., 7077 Elmwood in Swope Park. 2-4 pm on October 10; 11 am – 1 pm on October 17. Free notarization of voters’ absentee or mail-in ballots. Bilingual notarization services available. Participants receive a complimentary bag of pet food. 
  • October 10 & 17 –   Ballot Notarization Station at Red Bridge Shopping Center. 1 to 6 pm. Bring your mail-in ballots to the Red Bridge Shopping Center parking lot, south of US Bank and have it notarized for free by notary Jeff Buckley. A valid Missouri state ID and a properly worn mask are required. DO NOT sign your ballot envelope until you are in front of a notary. Please bring a pen. Ballot notarization only.
  • October 11 – Quinn’s Laundry, 99th & Holmes, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Missouri notaries will be available to notarize absentee and mail-in ballot envelopes for Missouri residents only. Voter registration cards and absentee/mail-in ballot applications will be on hand. Sponsored by Voters Helping Voters, a local, non-partisan grassroots organization. 




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