Concerned Women for America (CWA) works to ensure that voters are educated on the election process in their states, know how and where to vote, and ensure that every vote counts. Informed voters are more likely to go to the polls and vote. That is why CWA of Missouri is hosting an event this Friday, February 16, to educate voters on the change to the Missouri primary.
Missouri state law has changed, requiring Missouri Republicans to attend a caucus to choose delegates to represent the party’s selected presidential nominee. March 2, 2024, is the day registered Missouri Republicans can make their presidential pick. There have been many questions surrounding this change. We hope you will join us as we present information on the how and why of this change.
The Missouri Democratic Party will continue to hold an in-person primary on March 23, along with a mail-in voting option.
You can find valuable Missouri election resources at here.
Please join me on Friday, February 16, along with Rep. Brad Hudson (R-District 138), as we discuss the upcoming 2024 Missouri GOP Presidential caucus.
Here are the details:
Date: Friday, February 16
Time: 4:30 – 6:00 p.m.
Location: Morningside Church, 180 Grace Chapel Rd., Blue Eye, MO
Contact: For additional information, contact CWA of Missouri State Director Tracy Dougan at 417-766-2281 or email@example.com