Who can vote in the Nov. 3 election?

All registered voters in the City of Brentwood are eligible to vote in this election. A person may vote in any election who:

  • Is a citizen of the United States and is at least 18 years old
  • Has been a resident of Missouri and of the City of Brentwood for at least 28 days before the election
  • Has registered to vote by Oct. 7, 2020
  • Is not registered to vote in another jurisdiction

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1. Why is a use tax proposal by the City of Brentwood on the November ballot?
2. What exactly is the use tax?
3. How much additional revenue will the use tax generate for our City?
4. Who pays the use tax?
5. Is this a double tax?
6. How will this impact local retailers?
7. Do other area cities collect the use tax?
8. What if I already pay taxes on an out-of-state purchase?
9. What goods are subject to the city use tax?
10. Does the city use tax apply to private vehicle sales?
11. How is use tax paid?
12. What is the rate for the use tax?
13. Do individuals have to file a use tax return?
14. Who can vote in the Nov. 3 election?
15. When is the election?
16. How do I register to vote?
17. I can’t make it to the polls on Election Day. How do I vote?
18. Where can I get additional information about registration, mail in and absentee ballots?
19. Where do I vote?