Record Early Voters Consider Obligation to ‘Save Democracy’ as National Offices Picks Could Transform Face of Nation

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Record early voting, locally and nationwide, is remarkable as American citizens crushed by a devastated economy - brought on by the COVID-19 epidemic and complicated by Washington politics’ successive failures to pass a second stimulus package - consider largely contrasting views presented by the Republican and Democrat Party. Those still yet to cast votes are urged to go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 3.

Voters are urged to consider not only the Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates, but also the “down ticket” candidates for other federal, state and county offices. Also, voters decide retention of a Missouri Supreme Court Judge; a Missouri Court of Appeals Judge; several Circuit Court Judges and several Associate Circuit Judges.

There are two Constitutional Amendments and two “Questions” to be decided. The polls open at 6 am and close at 7 pm.

 

 

 

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