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- Missouri voter registration deadline: Wednesday, Oct. 12
- You can check your voter registration with the Missouri Secretary of State
Vote by Mail (a.k.a absentee voting by mail)
- Deadline to request a vote by mail (absentee) ballot: 5:00 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26
- Deadline to return a vote by mail (absentee) ballot: 7:00 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 8
- The Missouri Secretary of State's voting information has an absentee ballot request form that you can print, sign, and submit to your local election authority in person, by mail, by fax, or by email
Early Voting (a.k.a. in-person absentee voting)
- Voters may vote early for any reason (no-excuse early voting)
- Begins Tuesday, Oct. 25
- Ends Monday, Nov. 7
- You can find your nearest early voting/in-person absentee voting location from your local election authority
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New Voter ID Requirements
- Voters must present one of the following to cast a ballot in person:
- Nonexpired Missouri driver's license or non-driver state ID (If the driver or non-driver license has expired after the most recent general election, Nov. 4, 2020, it is an acceptable form of voter ID)
- Nonexpired military ID, including a veteran's ID card
- Nonexpired U.S. Passport
- Another current photo ID from the Missouri or Federal government
- Student IDs, driver's licenses from other states, non-driver IDs from other states, and voter registration cards sent by local election authorities are no longer valid forms of ID.
- If you do not have a valid photo ID, you may cast a provisional ballot that will only count if you return to the poll with a photo ID, or if your signature on the provisional ballot envelope matches the signature that's on file.
Voting on Election Day
- On Nov. 8, use your power and cast your ballot to rebuild a future with reproductive freedom!
- Look up your polling place so you'll know where you're headed on Election Day.
- A new state law requires you to bring a valid photo ID to vote. If you do not bring a valid photo ID, you may cast a provisional ballot that will only count if you return to the poll with a valid photo ID or if the signature on your provisional ballot envelope matches the signature on file.
- Save the Missouri Voter Protection Coalition's 2022 Election Day Voting Info Card for quick reference at the polls.
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Abortion bans aren’t just about abortion — they’re about whether we have control over our own bodies, lives & futures. Let’s #TakeControl & VOTE! #Vote2022 #MoLeg #AbortionAccess
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Decisions about our bodies belong to US — NOT politicians. We have the power to rebuild our repro freedom by voting & bringing others along with us! Join me & volunteer w/ @ppact_stl_swmo: ppadvocates.org/events #MoLeg #TakeControl #Vote2022
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Advocates of Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region and Southwest Missouri. William Dean, Vice President of Finance. 4251 Forest Park Ave, St. Louis, MO 63108.
Planned Parenthood Votes — St. Louis and Southwest Missouri. Maureen Jordan, Treasurer.
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