Go quick! Limited number of tickets available for presidential rally!

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You might have heard the big news already – the Missouri Democratic Party is bringing the presidential candidates to Kansas City live and in-person for a rally on Sunday, March 8th! Candidates will have their final chance to make their pitch to you ahead of our March 10th primary election when they will compete for Missouri’s 68 delegates.

Here’s how it’ll work: We have a limited number of tickets that have been released for undecided voters. Folks who are already committed to a candidate should contact that campaign for information on requesting tickets. We will release more tickets if/when they become available, so check back often.

Remember, there is a limited quantity, so if you definitely want to join a few thousand dedicated Democrats for an historic event, grab your ticket now! Please be sure to join the waitlist if we’re sold out.

If you’re interested in an event sponsorship, we have booths, blocks of tickets, and visibility offerings for purchase. You can email our Finance Director, Jordan Hunt, at jhunt@missouridems.org for more information. Funds raised from this event support our 2020 statewide coordinated campaign to get Democrats elected up and down the ballot.

Details and parking info can be found on our website. No one will be allowed entry without a ticket, so get yours now.

See you on March 8th!

-Lauren Gepford, Executive Director


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The Missouri Democratic Party holds the distinction of being the oldest political party in the United States established west of the Mississippi River. For the last century, we’ve led the fight for working families. Today, we’re organizing in communities across Missouri to protect and build on our progress.

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