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Missouri April Elections Postponed Until June

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April Elections Postponed Until June:

Missouri Governor Mike Parson has issued an executive order to delay the April elections until June 2nd. Anyone who has already voted absentee will have their votes counted in June and voters may now request absentee ballots through May 20th.

If you are worried that you will be unable to vote on June 2nd, you may request an absentee ballot from the Secretary of State's Office.AARP is asking the General Assembly to provide funding for Missourians at high risk from the virus to be able to vote by mail, but for now your best option remains requesting an absentee ballot.

AARP will keep you updated on election news during this time of uncertainty.

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