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Missouri Secretary of State delivers PPE to St. Louis polling places ahead of upcoming elections

Masks, distancing strips, sanitizer and face shields are being delivered to St. Louis area polling places ahead of 2020 elections
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Ashcroft delivers PPE to polling places

ST. LOUIS — Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft made a trip to the St. Louis area on Friday to deliver personal protective equipment to polling places.

In a release, Ashcroft's office said he will be going to polling places in St. Louis and St. Louis County to make PPE deliveries.

Ashcroft's office said they will be delivering 4,299 face masks, 7,860 distancing strips, 12,311 ounces of sanitizer, 4,299 face shields and 3,144 posters promoting social distancing.

The Secretary of State's office said after his visit to the St. Louis area, Ashcroft will have traveled to every one of Missouri's 116 election authorities in the past two weeks delivering PPE so people can vote in-person during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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