Can I vote for candidates of more than one political party in August?

No, in August, a voter must choose a political party or vote a ballot that contains only non-partisan issues. A voter’s ballot will only contain the candidates of the same political party the voter has chosen. In November, candidates of all parties will appear on a voter’s ballot. A voter is free to select a candidate from either party at the November General Election.

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1. Do I have to declare my political party? If not, why do the election judges sometimes ask me which political party's ballot I want?
2. Can I vote for candidates of more than one political party in August?
3. Can I vote straight party ballot or straight party ticket in November?
4. How do I contact the political parities in Jefferson County, Missouri?