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06/22/20 - Missouri Mondays - “Let’s stop thinking that our voices don’t matter and VOTE!”


A week after his brother George was killed by Minneapolis police, Terrence Floyd called on protesters across the country, “Let’s do this another way. Let’s stop thinking that our voice don’t matter and vote. Educate yourself and know who you’re voting for and that’s how we gonna hit ‘em. Because it’s a lot of us. It’s a lot of us. It’s a lot of us.”

We are facing the most important elections of our lifetime in the midst of a deadly virus pandemic, but Gov. Parson, Secretary of State Ashcroft, and the GOP majority in the Missouri legislature refused to make voting easier and safer for every Missourian. Why don’t they want you to vote? Let’s stop thinking that our voices don’t matter and VOTE like our rights depend on it! SHARE THIS and help spread the word!

IMPORTANT DATES FOR AUGUST 4 PRIMARY ELECTION

  • JUNE 23 - Absentee voting for the AUGUST 4 primary election begins JUNE 23.

  • JULY 8 - Last day to register to vote in August primary

  • JULY 22 - The Absentee Ballot Request and Mail Ballot Request forms must be signed and submitted to your Local Election Authority by JULY 22 for the AUGUST 4 primary election.

  • Absentee requests can be submitted via email, fax, mail or in person.

Request Form for an Absentee Ballot https://www.sos.mo.gov/CMSImages/ElectionGoVoteMissouri/2020AbsenteeBallotrequestformfillable.pdf

  • Mail-ballot requests can be submitted by mail or in person.

Request form for a Mail-In Ballot https://www.sos.mo.gov/CMSImages/ElectionGoVoteMissouri/2020MailInBallotRequest.pdf

ADDITIONAL VOTER RESOURCES

Missouri Voter Protection How to Vote by Mail 2020 Chart - New vote by mail law SB 631 expands options for absentee and mail-in voting for 2020 elections. This chart helps break it down: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TEt8YDdD4w2JQfqK3vd5J-9eUffzCKke/view



YES ON AMENDMENT 2 - MEDICAID EXPANSION ON THE BALLOT AUGUST 4

Hard working Missourians need access to healthcare and the chance to bring our tax dollars home from DC. By bringing our tax dollars home, we can protect thousands of frontline healthcare jobs, help keep rural hospitals open, and deliver healthcare to Missourians who earn less than $18,000 a year including thousands of veterans and their families, those nearing retirement, working women who don’t have access to preventive care, and other hardworking Missourians whose jobs don’t provide health insurance. MORE DETAILS: yeson2.org/ SIGN UP to volunteer: https://action.yeson2.org/page/s/volunteer

As of 2:00 p.m. June 21 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Missouri rose to 18,003, an increase of 2020 new cases since last week. This is far from over so please stay safe and always wear your mask in public.

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