Need a ride to the polls to vote in the Missouri Presidential Primary next Tuesday, March 10 ?
The A Philip Randolph Institute-St. Louis Chapter (APRI) will have volunteers available during all voting hours on Tuesday, to drive you to and from the polls – free of charge. The ride service is available to anyone living in St. Louis County or the City of St. Louis.
To request a ride, call APRI’s Election Call-A-Ride Hotline at 314-562-0411.
You do not need to be a member of APRI to request a ride.
WHAT YOU’LL NEED AT THE POLLS
At the polls, voters must present a photo ID to cast a regular ballot:
- Missouri Driver/Non-Driver License – non-expired.
- U.S. Passport – non-expired.
- Military ID – non-expired or non-expiring.
Your ID must contain a photo and signature, with the name on your ID closely matching the name on your official voter registration.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A PHOTO ID
If you do not have a photo ID, you can still vote by signing a legal statement attesting to who you are and presenting:
- Voter notification card from your local election authority.
- ID from the state or federal government.
- ID from a college, university, or trade school in Missouri.
- A current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document that includes your name and current address.
If you are registered but have no form of ID with you, you can cast a provisional ballot:
• Your vote will count if you return to the polls with a valid photo ID or after your signature is matched with the signature on your voter registration.
The A. Philip Randolph Institute is dedicated to developing programs that will extend democracy to those who have been traditionally disfranchised or discouraged from participating in the political system.
The Labor Movement holds a strong role in this alliance since it serves as a bi-racial organizational vehicle of working people and has a principled commitment to social change. The Institute’s programs enhance the role of trade unionists.