Sep 13
Tuesday, September 13, 2022 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Zoom

Millions of eligible voters in the US do not have Government-issued photo IDs and are therefore unable to vote. Along with minorities, seniors are one group who make up a considerable percentage of those without Government-issued photo IDs. Many seniors in Missouri without photo ID are unsure of the steps to take to get their ID which they are legally required to possess to vote. In this webinar presentation, we will explore the complex issues affecting seniors without IDs and learn the steps seniors can take to get their ID and assert their right to vote.

Presenter:

Denise Liberman, Director & General Counsel, Missouri Voter Protection Coalition

A nationally renowned expert on voting rights, Denise Lieberman, is director and general counsel of the Missouri Voter Protection Coalition, a nonpartisan statewide network of advocates who work to protect the right to vote in Missouri. A nationally renowned expert on voting rights, Lieberman also teaches law and political science at Washington University in St. Louis, has testified before Congress in support of the Voting Rights Act, and has litigated challenges to voting laws in Missouri, Louisiana, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and North Carolina, among others. She previously served as National Director of Power & Democracy at Advancement Project National Office, a racial justice organization, and as a consultant with the Brennan Center. She is Faculty Director of Voter Access and Engagement in the Center for Social Development.