Residents of St. Louis County were able to cast their votes on the University of Missouri–St. Louis campus in both the primary and general elections in 2022.
Confluence - Building Trust in St. Louis Local Elections
Creating and building initiatives to promote voter participation and trust in elections in the St. Louis region by partnering with local election administrators on research, voter access, and education. The Confluence project launched in the St. Louis region, focused on three initiatives: promoting the University of Missouri-St. Louis (UMSL) polling location, media promotion of voting rules and election integrity, and applied election research and reporting.
Voter Education Series
St. Louis County Vote Anywhere
Information about the "vote anywhere" policy in St. Louis County, MO elections.
UMSL Polling Place
Provides hours and directions for UMSL polling place for voting in the 2022 election.
Changes to MO Voting Laws
Explains changes to Missouri voting laws in 2022 enacted by the New Election Law.
Approval Voting in St. Louis
Explains the two-part election system called "approval voting" passed in November 2020.
Throughout the hour, the panelists shared what motivated them to run for office, challenges they have faced in their careers, their biggest legislative successes, their current priorities and advice for young people interested in politics.
We seek to understand the implementation of vote centers in two counties, Fresno County, California, and St. Louis County, Missouri, during the pandemic. These cases offer two very different local contexts in terms of state requirements and oversight.
Mindful of the need to keep their St. Louis community informed of changes in election law, Confluence SSN's election program project leaders have been hard at work ensuring that their election program increases voter education and encourages voter turnout.