Sun. Jun 4th, 2023
While the 2022 election is only a few days away, this ruling means that civic engagement organizations will be able to engage with voters over the weekend and in future elections, so every Missourian can make their voice heard.”


The League of Women Voters of Missouri and state arm of the NAACP on Friday celebrated after the Cole County Circuit Court granted a preliminary injunction blocking parts of a new law intended to restrict activities of groups encouraging Missourians to vote.

“With today’s ruling, we will uplift our voices loud and strong to protect the right to vote heading into next week’s critical elections.”

“We are gratified that the court has yet again sided with the rights of the NAACP and voters who work to protect the right to vote,” said Nimrod Chapel Jr., president of the Missouri arm, just days before the crucial midterm elections.


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By Ken Carman

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