How Do They Hold on to Power?

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This is a tough time for our state and our country and it makes clear just how much we need leaders in charge who reflect who we are, who share our principals, and who will fight for us.

We can put power back into the hands of hourly workers, families, front line doctors and nurses, cashiers, young professionals, janitors, and the disenfranchised – by registering each of them one at a time. 

There’s a reason voting is a convoluted process in our state. One of our state senators calls absentee voting “a slippery slope.” Our Governor says if you’re worried about the pandemic then just “don’t go out and vote.” 

They want to make it inconvenient for you. 

They want you to sit it out.

That’s how they hold on to power.

We’re registering voters and together, we’re going to vote them out. Chip in and join us, if you can.

In Solidarity,

-Missouri Democratic Party


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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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