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08/03/20 - Missouri Mondays - “Together you can redeem the soul of our nation.” VOTE TUES AUG 4!

“Ordinary people with extraordinary vision can redeem the soul of America by getting in what I call good trouble, necessary trouble. Voting and participating in the democratic process are key. The vote is the most powerful nonviolent change agent you have in a democratic society. You must use it because it is not guaranteed. You can lose it.”

“Though I may not be here with you, I urge you to answer the highest calling of your heart and stand up for what you truly believe. In my life I have done all I can to demonstrate that the way of peace, the way of love and nonviolence is the more excellent way. Now it is your turn to let freedom ring.” John Lewis NYT

Civil rights icon John Lewis made his final journey across the Edmund Pettus Bridge and was laid to rest in Atlanta last week. Let us honor his memory and sacrifice by making sure we exercise our right to VOTE on Tuesday, August 4!


“If the past few months have shown us anything, it’s that access to health care is more important now than ever. It’s past time for Missouri to join the 37 other states to embrace Medicaid expansion, including our neighbors in Oklahoma, who did so in late June. On Tuesday, vote yes on 2.” Terry Reese, President of the Missouri Nurses Association The Missouri Times Aug 2


Absentee Ballots

  • Your absentee ballot must be received by 7 p.m. on Election Day

  • It is too late to mail your absentee ballot but you have other options. You (or a close relative) can submit your absentee ballot in person to your local election office. Find your local election office address here.

  • Vote absentee in-person at your Local Election Authority until 5pm on Monday, August 3rd.

  • Change your mind and decide to vote in person on Election Day? Vote in-person at your polling place on Election Day and bring your absentee ballot with you, turn it in, and get a regular ballot. If you don’t have your ballot with you that’s OK. You can still vote provisionally.

Notary Requirements for Ballots

  • 65 years or older, confined, ill or at high risk of COVID-19? - No notary required

  • Permanent absentee voter - No notary required

  • All other voters - Ballot must be notarized

  • Find a free notary HERE

If you have any questions please call your Local Election Authority or if you have questions or problems voting call ELECTION PROTECTION 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683)

The national, nonpartisan Election Protection coalition works year-round to ensure that all voters have an equal opportunity to vote and have that vote count.


As of Sunday p.m. August 2 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Missouri rose to 51,840, an increase of 9,913 new cases since last week. This is far from over so please stay safe and always wear your mask in public.

THANK YOU! for answering the Missouri Mondays CALL TO ACTION!

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