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“Voting is the expression of our commitment to ourselves, one another, this country, and this world.” Sharon Salzberg

Who Can Vote at Arrowhead Stadium:

Am I eligible to vote at Arrowhead Stadium?

Registered voters with addresses that are located in the parts of Kansas City, Missouri that are within Jackson County are eligible to cast their ballots at Arrowhead Stadium. Voters with Kansas City addresses in other counties (such as Clay and Platte) are not eligible to vote at Arrowhead Stadium. To check your voter status, please click here.

What if I'm a Jackson County resident but I don't live in Kansas City, Missouri?

Unfortunately, only those voters who are registered in Kansas City, Missouri are eligible to vote at Arrowhead Stadium. For those who reside in Jackson County, but not the city of Kansas City, may find more information here.

Do I need a photo ID so that I can vote at Arrowhead Stadium?

In Missouri, a Photo ID is not required to vote. Acceptable forms of ID for voting in Missouri includes; Missouri driver or non-driver license, U. S. passport, military ID, voter ID card, a recent bank statement, utility bill, government check, paycheck, or other government document showing your name and address. Refer to the accepted ID types above for the complete list here.



How to Vote at Arrowhead Stadium:

When can I vote at Arrowhead Stadium?

Arrowhead Stadium will serve as a polling location on Tuesday, November 3rd for the 2020 general election. Polls will be open from 6am to 7pm, with anyone waiting in line at 7pm eligible to remain until they are able to cast their ballot.

What is being done at Arrowhead Stadium for election day in response to the COVID-19 pandemic?

The club is committed to prioritizing the safety of its guests. As such, masks or other face coverings will be required at all times throughout the voting process, which includes while waiting in line. Additionally, social distancing protocols will be in place throughout the duration of the day, with signage and floor stickers helping create appropriate distance between guests and enhanced cleaning and sanitization methods are in place.

Where can I view a sample ballot?

To view a sample ballot provided by the Kansas City Election Board, please click here.

Can I drop off my absentee/mail-in ballot at Arrowhead Stadium?

Absentee ballots may be surrendered at Arrowhead Stadium on election day. However, mail-in ballots must be surrendered at the Kansas City Election Board's headquarters.

What if I have other questions about election day?

You may learn more about voter registration, absentee voting, elections, candidates and other services by visiting chiefs.com/vote or the Kansas City Election Board's website at kceb.org.



Getting to Arrowhead Stadium:

Where do I park?

Guests are encouraged to enter the Truman Sports Complex through Gate 2 off of Blue Ridge Cutoff or Gate 5 off of Raytown Road and park in Lot M. A map of the complex may be found here.

Is there public transportation available to Arrowhead Stadium?

The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority has developed a free bus plan that will enable voters without another mode of transportation the ability to access Arrowhead Stadium on election day. Express buses will be running from the KCATA stop at 12th and Charlotte throughout the day.

Are there other transportation options for getting to Arrowhead Stadium on election day?

Rideshare companies Lyft and Uber are each providing discounted rides to the polls on Election Day. Voters can use the code 2020VOTE on Lyft for 50% off (up to $10) for one ride to the poll. This code is only valid on Election Day; it is not valid for early voting. Uber is providing 50% off roundtrip rides to and from the polls (up to $7 each trip), or up to $14 for the two trips on November 3rd. The discounted rates also apply to Uber's bikes and scooters.

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