ST. LOUIS – Tuesday is municipal election day in Missouri, but there will also be some action at the polls Monday.

St. Louis City and St. Louis County are allowing voters who meet certain requirements to cast an absentee ballot Monday. That is the last day for in-person absentee voting.

In St. Louis City, the only place to vote absentee in person is at the St. Louis City Board of Election Commissioners’ offices Downtown on North Tucker. There are five places to vote absentee in-person Monday in St. Louis County. Absentee voting hours Monday are from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.

Anyone with questions about absentee voter qualifications can ask officials at their local election office.

There are several propositions on the ballot in St. Louis City and St. Louis County. Multiple municipalities are also electing mayors. Light voter turnout is expected.

Gary Stoff, the city’s Republican Director of Elections, said St. Louis City is expecting a 20 percent turnout. St. Louis County is expecting general turnout to be about the same. FOX 2 was told some areas in the county with hotly contested races could see higher turnout numbers while others may be lower. 

The county spokesperson said as of Monday morning 11,396 absentee votes had been cast. 2,137 of those votes were cast in-person. 

Election officials in St. Charles and Jefferson counties told the Post-Dispatch they are predicting up to about a 15 percent turnout.

Tuesday’s polls will be open from 6 a.m. until 7 p.m. Illinois does not have elections on Tuesday.