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Problems At The Polls? We Want To Hear Your Election Day Issues

Nat Thomas | St. Louis Public Radio
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The window for early voting is almost closed, and on Tuesday, Missouri voters who didn’t cast absentee or mail-in ballots will go to the polls to vote.

America’s first general election during the coronavirus pandemic faces unprecedented challenges. There will be fewer polling places in St. Louis and St. Louis County. More than half of poll workers in St. Louis are first-timers. And there are national fears over intimidation from self-appointed poll watchers.

We will be investigating problems at the polls and reports of voter intimidation on Election Day. If you are prevented from voting, or if you have unexpected issues at the polls, email us at electionday@stlpublicradio.org.

In the email, include your name, a description of the situation and a phone number so a reporter can reach out to you for more information.

Have questions about what’s on your ballot? Inform your vote with our St. Louis Voter’s Guide.

Follow Lindsay on Twitter at @stlouislindsay

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Lindsay Toler joined the St. Louis Public Radio as digital engagement producer in January 2018. A native of Dallas, Texas, Lindsay first moved to the Show-Me State to study at the University of Missouri, where she received Bachelor’s degrees in journalism and sociology and a certificate in multicultural studies.