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Voting at Webster University

Students have unique issues when it comes to voting. Do you register where you go to school or where your permanent address is? Will you lose financial aid if you change your voter registration? Will you need to change your driver's license if you vote in Missouri?

This site is designed to give you information to help you find answers, register to vote and research the issues. This is a non-partisan informational page to give you the tools you need to vote.

We are also scheduling a number of events leading up to election day:

National Voter Registration Day - Sept. 25
Register to vote with volunteers throughout campus. Follow the Instagram takeover @WebsterU #WebsterVotes

Third Party U.S. Senate Forum - Oct. 9
Winifred Moore Auditorium, 7 p.m. 
Featuring Jo Crain (Green Party) and Craig O'Dear (Ind.) Co-sponsored by WU College Democrats, Speech & Debate and HPIR Club.

Missouri Voter Registration Deadline - Oct. 10
Final day to submit registrations in the state of Missouri

Absentee Voter Celebration - Oct. 11
University Center Commons, 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. 
Get your Absentee Ballot notarized and mailed off. Paid postage will be provided. Let's celebrate getting those ballots submitted!

Election Day Shuttles - Nov. 6
Webster Village Apartments Clubhouse - 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Students living in Maria, East, West, Webster Village Apartments and Glen Park can catch a ride to their polling place at the First Congregational Church of Webster Groves. 

Post-Election Conversations - Nov. 7
Sunnen Lounge - 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. 
The ballots have been counted. Now what? Join faculty, staff and students to talk about the results and what it might mean. 

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