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Voter Protection and Missouri’s New Elections Law in the Age of COVID-19

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 | 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM

Virtual Event

Conversation 1 – Will I Be Able to Cast My Ballot? A Series of Webinars on COVID-19 and Voting in Missouri

Join us for a conversation on Missouri’s new elections law and its implications for voters in a challenging time.

About This Series

The Voter Access and Engagement initiative at the Center for Social Development will convene national and regional experts for a series of virtual conversations about voting in Missouri during the COVID-19 pandemic. Panelists will address the expansion of the voting law in Missouri for 2020. Topics will include protecting the right to vote, mail-in voting, other strategies for voting safely, and what to expect if voting in person. The series will highlight issues critical to voting during a health crisis, and point to long-term strategies for inclusive democracy during elections.

Please register.

Event Type

Lectures & Presentations


Brown School



Center for Social Development
Event Contact

Tanika Spencer | spencert@wustl.edu

Speaker Information


Fredrick Echols | Director, Department of Health, St. Louis, Missouri

Eric Fey | Director, St. Louis County Elections, St. Louis, Missouri

Brianna Lennon |Boone County Clerk, Columbia, Missouri

Denise Lieberman | Voting rights attorney, Director of the Missouri Voter Protection Coalition, and Faculty Director of Voter Access and Engagement at the Center for Development, Brown School, Washington University in St. Louis

Moderated by Gena Gunn McClendon | Director of Voter Access and Engagement, Center for Social Development, Brown School, Washington University in St. Louis

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