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Voting rights: the long history of who can (and can’t) vote and how it works

Missouri doesn’t make it easy for voters to do their civic duty. Learn more about the process and exercise your rights

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Voting is a cornerstone of democracy, yet it took centuries to extend that right to a majority of our population. And still, easy access to the ballot isn't assured. Vox examines how this civic duty has evolved and what you need to know to exercise your rights.  

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