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News and Notes - Mid January

January 15, 2021Blog Post

Missouri House of Representatives Shut Down for Next Week

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A Statement on Josh Hawley

January 5, 2021Blog Post

For Immediate Release

Contact Geoff Gerling, Executive Director



January 5, 2020

Josh Hawley Has Become A Dangerous Embarrassment for Missouri


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Blue Notes: State Legislative Session Beginning, Georgia Senate Races and More

January 5, 2021Blog Post

We Made It to 2021; Biden Will Be Sworn in January 20

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2020 Elections Discussion, Rudy Visits State House, New MDP Officers and More

December 18, 2020Blog Post

Join Us For A Discussion and Review of the 2020 Elections

As some time has passed and we can better evaluate the results, we invite you to join us as we re-cap the positives and negatives of the 2020 elections in Jackson County. Hearing from voters with different levels of engagement brings important perspective as we begin the early planning for the 2022 races.

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Our Statement on the Jackson County Republican Committee

November 9, 2020Blog Post


For Immediate Release                                                                                                                November 9, 2020

Contact Geoff Gerling, Executive Director



Statement on Republican Committee’s Absurd Remarks


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Resources for Election Day

October 30, 2020Blog Post
In unprecedented circumstances, processing tens of thousands of absentee and mail in ballots and facing long lines for weeks.  We have no reason to anticipate a rash of problems on Tuesday but we have the resources available and it's always best to be prepared. Here is what you need to know:
-Polls are open from 6am to 7pm. If you are in line at or before 7pm, DO NOT LEAVE. As long as you are in line, the poll must remain open so you are allowed to vote.
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Final Days - Volunteer Opportunities and Info

October 29, 2020Blog Post

Last Chance for Getting Mail-In and Absentee Ballots In

If you still have your MAIL IN ballots, you MUST put it in the mail for it to count and it needs to be received by your local election authority by the end of the day on election day. Don't wait; get it in today.

If you still have your ABSENTEE ballot, you can mail it in now or bring it directly to your local election authority to deliver by hand.

Notary Locations in KC: Drive Through Notaries for Mail In Ballots:

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