Camden County Clerk

Rowland A. Todd

1 Court Circle, NW Suite 2
Camdenton, MO 65020

Voting Information

Voter FAQ’s

Polling Location List

*Please consult your voter registration card for the district

Polling Location Map




Ozark Bethel Chapel

10346 State Rd J, Roach, MO 65787, USA

Camdenton 1

VFW Hall

66 V F W Rd, Camdenton, MO 65020, USA


Camdenton 2

Community Christian Church

1064 N Business Rte 5, Camdenton, MO 65020, USA

Camdenton 3 & Ha Ha Tonka

Knights of Columbus Hall

547 US-54, Camdenton, MO 65020, USA

Climax Springs

Climax Springs Civic Center

State Hwy DD, Climax Springs, MO 65324, USA


Myetta Missionary Baptist Church

2550 Old South 5, Camdenton, MO 65020, USA



Freedom Church of Christ

1750 State Hwy A, Montreal, MO 65591, USA


Peace Lutheran Church

9307 MO-5, Camdenton, MO 65020, USA

Hill House

Beulah Baptist Church

18044 MO-7, Richland, MO 65556, USA

Horseshoe Bend

Four Seasons Exhibition Center

274 Four Seasons Ln, Lake Ozark, MO 65049, USA


Linn Creek

Camden County Museum

206 S Locust St, Linn Creek, MO 65052, USA


Macks Creek

Macks Creek Baptist Church

12972 US-54, Macks Creek, MO 65786, USA


Buffalo Prairie Baptist Church

3477 State Rd E, Montreal, MO 65591, USA

Osage Beach 1, 2, & 3

The Church at Osage Hills

5237 Osage Beach Pkwy, Osage Beach, MO 65065, USA


Mid County Fire Station #3

3588 State Rd Aa, Roach, MO 65787, USA


Stoutland Baptist Church

167 Maple St, Stoutland, MO 65567, USA



Lakeside Landing Community Center

115 Autumn Village Dr, Camdenton, MO 65020, USA


Sunrise Beach 1

First Baptist Church

13560 MO-5, Sunrise Beach, MO 65079, USA

Sunrise Beach 2 & 3 and Wilson Bend

Kent Memorial Lutheran Church

184 Sunset Hills Dr, Sunrise Beach, MO 65079, USA

Absentee Voting

           To request an Absentee Ballot please mail, email, or fax the completed form shown above to:

Rowland A. Todd
Camden County Clerk
1 Court Circle, NW Suite 2
Camdenton, MO 65020
FAX #573-346-8445




Tax Information



MARCH 18, 2020

JEFFERSON CITY — Pursuant to Governor Mike Parson’s Executive Order 20-02 declaring a state of emergency in response to COVID-19 and a request from Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft, Governor Parson today signed Executive Order 20-03 ordering all Missouri municipal elections previously scheduled for April 7, 2020, to be postponed to June 2, 2020.

The Executive Order declares that ballots already printed for the April 7 election may be used at the postponed date of June 2. Voters who have attained the age of 18 by April 7 will be allowed to cast a ballot.

“Given the growing concern surrounding COVID-19 and the large number of people elections attract, postponing Missouri’s municipal elections is a necessary step to help combat the spread of the virus and protect the health and safety of Missouri voters,” Governor Parson said. “Postponing an election is not easy, but we are all in this together. We are thankful to Secretary Ashcroft and our 116 election authorities for their leadership, cooperation, and commitment to doing what is best for their communities during this time.”

“I deeply appreciate Governor Parson’s quick approval and am thankful to the local election authorities – your county clerks and boards of election – who have worked through developing health concerns to find a unified and secure means of implementing our next election,” Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft said. “Missouri has 116 separate election authorities, almost all who are elected in their own right, and we have come together to help protect Missouri voters. These are difficult times, but I am grateful for how we have responded, worked together and come to a resolution that helps every single Missouri voter.”

Section 44.100, RSMo, provides that during a state of emergency, the Governor is authorized to “waive or suspend the operation of any statutory requirement or administrative rule prescribing procedures for conducting state business, where strict compliance with such requirements and rules would prevent, hinder, or delay necessary action by the department of health and senior services to respond to a declared emergency or increased health threat to the population.”

The Executive Order requires local election authorities to publish notice of the June 2 election as required in Section 115.127.2, RSMo. In addition, the Executive Order states:

  • The closing date to register to vote in this election remains March 11.
  • The deadline for filing as a write-in candidate for office remains March 27 at 5 p.m.
  • The deadline to apply for an absentee ballot (Section 115.279, RSMo) shall be May 20.
  • A public test of voting equipment shall be completed no later than June 1.
  • In-person absentee ballots may be cast until 5 p.m. on June 1.
  • The deadline by which absentee ballots must be received by the election authority (Section 115.293.1, RSMo) shall be 7 p.m. on June 2.
  • Military and overseas voters must request a ballot from an election authority by 5 p.m. on May 29, and the deadline for local election authorities to make ballots available to such voters is April 18. Military and overseas ballots must be received by the election authority by June 5.
  • Local election authorities are also directed to post information on their website, use social media if available, issue press release, conduct public appearances, and directly contact stakeholders such as candidates.

All results for any upcoming elections can be found on this site. It is updated as the results come in the night of. Getting election results online is the fastest way to receive them.

2020 Election Calendar

March 10, 2020 Presidential Primary Sample Ballot  

*This sample ballot includes all parties.  Determine which party you would like to vote.  You must pick one and only one.

April 7, 2020 General Municipal Sample Ballot

Ballots on this site are for informational purposes only!

County Offices Qualifications

Thinking of running for office? 

Election day is August 4, 2020.  Filing begins 8:00 am February 25 and ends 5:00 pm March 31.