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The Ballot Process—From Casting To Counting

Dr. Kevin Pybas, Associate Professor of Political Science MSU
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Dr. Kevin Pybas, Associate Professor of Political Science MSU

 

Making Democracy Work continues to focus on voter education and information for the upcoming General Election on Tuesday, November 3.

This week, host Erika Brame speaks with Dr. Kevin Pybas, associate professor of political science at Missouri State University.

As voters head to the polls, Dr. Pybas talks about the ballot counting process and keeping votes secure.This year, Missouri voters were given three options for casting their ballots:   absentee voting, no-excuse mail-in voting, or casting a ballot in person on Election Day.   Here is more information about the rules for each: https://www.sos.mo.gov/CMSImages/ElectionGoVoteMissouri/Absentee-MailinBallotSummaries.pdf

 

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