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2020 Spring Election

2020 Spring Election

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Election Update


REGISTER TO VOTE ONLINE THROUGH MARCH 30, 2020

 

A Federal District Court has ordered that online voter registration be made available through March 30, 2020 for the April 7 Election.

 


Register to Vote on MyVote

 

Wisconsin Elections Commission Response to Coronavirus COVID-19, Urges Absentee Voting - Read Here

 

Don't delay if you need to register to vote for April 7. The deadline for online and mail registration is Monday, March 30. Once you're registered, you can request to have an absentee ballot mailed to you at myvote.wi.gov.

 

Absentee Voting Made Easy is an excellent instructional Tutorial on How to Request an Absentee Ballot

 

On March 26 the Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans, the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin and four registered Wisconsin voters filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin seeking to protect the rights of self-quarantining voters who cannot obtain a witness signature on their mail-in ballot during the COVID-19 pandemic

 

Need a witness for your absentee but live alone? Or know someone. The League of Women Voters says to do the following: please contact our partners at Fair Elections Center, specifically Jon Sherman,at jsherman@fairelectionscenter.org or (845) 596-9081 (his cell)

 


Appleton Mayoral Candidates Forum - March 19, 2020


Voter Guide

Appleton Mayor

Appleton Area School District

Appleton City Council-District 4

Appleton City Council - District 6

Appleton City Council - District 8

Appleton City Council - District 10

Appleton City Council - District 14



African American Suffragists and the Struggle for Inclusion
Michelle Duster - Great-Granddaughter of Ida B Wells
March 7, 2020





2019-2020 Program

 


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Public Statement

MADISON, WI –  While the League of Women Voters explore legal strategies concerning last Friday's court order to immediately purge 234,000 voters from the rolls, it is important for voters to know they can check their voter registration