Today is the first day of no-excuse early voting in Missouri!
Starting Today, Oct. 25, through Nov. 7, Missouri voters can visit a location designated by their local election authority to cast their midterm ballot in-person, without requiring an excuse to do so. CLICK HERE to find out where you can go to early vote.
The two weeks of early, no-excuse voting is part of an expansive new state law. Also included in the law is a new requirement to present a form of photo ID when you vote in person. Valid forms of photo ID under the law include:
• A non-expired Missouri driver’s or non-driver’s license;
• A nonexpired military ID, including a veteran’s card;
• A nonexpired U.S. passport;
• Another photo ID issued by the U.S. or state of Missouri which is either not expired or expired after the November 2020 general election.
Voter ID cards issued by your county clerk are not valid forms of photo ID for the purpose of casting a vote. Though you will be able to cast a provisional ballot on Election Day if you don’t have a photo ID with you, you cannot cast a provisional ballot if you are voting early and in person.
As Democrats, we are raised to live our values. To put people first. To act with urgency. To lead with compassion. it’s going to take all of us — together — to turn out the vote for Democrats up and down the ballot. So go vote, talk to your friends, knock on doors, and do whatever you can to get us to the finish line.
We’re more powerful united than we are alone!
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