We endorse

Kim Gardner

For St. Louis City Circuit Attorney

The final results of the August 4 primary election for St. Louis City Circuit Attorney are in. Kim Gardner (D) wins the primary with over 60% of the vote. November’s general election will determine if she’ll win a second term in office. 

In 2016, St. Louis voters elected Kim Gardner to advance a progressive agenda focused on reforming and rebuilding trust in our justice system. 

In Circuit Attorney Gardner’s first term, she has worked to bring accountability and has already improved the lives of thousands of people. She has successfully:

  • Held police accountable for violence, racial bias, and other misconduct.
  • Refused to prosecute cases brought to her by cops with a history of lying, abuse, or corruption.
  • Expanded diversion and drug court programs to divert people away from jail.
  • Established a unit to review wrongful convictions and exonerate innocent people.

Re-elect Circuit Attorney Kim Garnder on Election Day is Tuesday, November 3, 2020. You must be a registered voter to participate in this election. Register to vote or confirm your registration status here. St. Louis County is switching from traditional polling places to vote centers, meaning people can vote anywhere in the county. Check here for your nearest vote center, and remember to bring an acceptable ID to the polls.

You can also avoid lines and wait times by voting by mail. Because of the pandemic, any voter can request a mail-in ballot without an excuse. Mail-in ballots and most absentee ballots must be notarized and received by election officials no later than November 3, 2020.

It just takes 2 minutes to register to vote and make a safe plan to vote, whether it’s by mail, early in-person, or on Election Day. Please provide your information to register or to access your voter information.

When to Vote

Election Day

Tuesday, November 3rd 6:00 am - 7:00 pm

Other Important Dates

October 7
Deadline to register to vote
October 21
Deadline to request an absentee ballot by mail or fax
November 2
Deadline to request an absentee ballot in person
November 3
Deadline for election officials to receive all notarized ballots
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How to Vote
Be sure to vote! Election Day is right around the corner.
Be sure to vote! Election Day is right around the corner.
The best way to make sure your voice is heard is to make a plan and show up to the polls.

Click here to find your polling place, and be sure to vote on Tuesday, March 3rd.