Citizens Referendum petition to enact ‘RTW’ repeal must be signed EXACTLY as you are registered to vote
As the Missouri AFL-CIO and its affiliates prepare to begin circulating a Citizens Referendum petition to stop so-called “right-to-work” (for less) in Missouri, it’s important to note that you must sign the petition exactly as you are registered to vote.
Registered voters in Missouri should recently have received a postcard from their county clerk or local election authority notifying them of their polling place for the April 4 election.
- This card is addressed using your official REGISTERED voting name.
- Sign the upcoming Citizens Referendum Petition EXACTLY as you are registered.
- Sign only one petition. Signing more than once will result in ALL of your signatures being rejected.
- No notice? If you didn’t receive an election notice, you are NOT REGISTERED. Please register. If you’re not sure, register again. You can re-register as often as you like. Opportunities to register will be provided at upcoming union meetings, or you can do so online at sos.mo.gov/elections/goVoteMissouri/register.
ANY PETITION SIGNATURE NOT EXACTLY MATCHING YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION WILL BE REJECTED.
SAVE this notice coming in the mail from your local election authority.
Tagged Citizen referendum, Citizen veto, Election 2018, Right-to-work, voter ID cards