KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City, Missouri, Election Board has cleared the way for Arrowhead Stadium to be a centralized polling place for Kansas City, Missouri, voters in Jackson County to vote, 41 Action News confirmed Wednesday.
Sean Kieffer, director at the Kansas City, Missouri, Election Board, says any voter within KCEB's jurisdiction (those who live within the city limits of Kansas City, Missouri in Jackson County, Missouri) will be allowed to vote at the stadium using voting machines.
The city is also considering Bartle Hall and the Kansas City Urban Youth Academy as additional polling locations for the Nov. 3 general election.
Mizzou Arena in Columbia, Missouri, will also be used as a polling location in the upcoming November election, the Tigers basketball team announced Wednesday.
The initiative, "is assisting its student-athletes in the voter registration process and providing educational sessions and resources from community experts for student-athletes, coaches and staff," the team said.
Editor's note: An earlier version of the story listed the wrong date for the November general election, which will be on Tuesday, Nov. 3.
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