Protect Wisconsin’s Vote
Wisconsin’s April primary is a perfect example of why states need to get serious about universal vote by mail as an act of election protection. Many voters were confused about having to attach a photo identification with their application for an absentee ballot; others were informed their ballot had been mailed but never received them, leaving them in a grey area on how to proceed, and to top it off only 3% of the normal polling places were open in Milwaukee due to a lack of poll workers.
Wisconsin played a key role in the 2016 presidential election, and it continues to be an integral swing state – all the more reason to ensure every voter has the ability to safely cast a ballot.
KEY VOTING INFORMATION:
|Election Date (In-Person):||November 3rd|
|Voter Registration Deadline:||In person: October 30th
By mail: October 14th
Online: October 21
Election day registation also available
|Early Voting Starts:||Depends on locality|
|Early Voting Ends:||Depends on locality|
|Mail In Absentee Request Deadline:||October 29th at 5pm by mail
October 30th at 5pm in person
|Mail in Absentee Return Deadline:||November 3rd, 8:00 pm|