voter registration

The St. Louis chapter of All of Us or None, a human and civil rights organization, wants to help people with felony convictions register to vote in the November election.

Wednesday is the last day to register to vote in Missouri, and for weeks, members of the group have canvassed neighborhoods to hand out pamphlets that inform people on how to register to vote and how to cast their ballots in the November election.

Missourians have until this Wednesday, Oct. 7, to register to vote in the November election.

SEMO Votes Helps Students Navigate Voter Registration On Campus

Sep 8, 2020
Photo by Madison Stuerman, Southeast Arrow





With the November elections right around the corner, many may have questions about how to register or how to vote. 


Southeast Professor of Digital Art, Emily Denlinger, is the founder of SEMO Votes--a bipartisan non-profit dedicated to helping students register. 


Denlinger says she started the organization to help students better understand the voting process.  

Missouri Secretary Of State

Missouri Secretary of State Jason Kander (D) supports a new piece of legislation that will allow deployed military personnel to appoint a proxy to file for office for them. The bill was filed in the Senate by Wayne Wallingford (R-Cape Girardeau) and in the House of Representatives by Tony Dugger (R-Hartville) and Stacey Newman (D-St. Louis).