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Vote Tuesday, February 16

Vote! Polls are open Tuesday, from 7:00am – 8:00pm.
Find voting info at www.MyVote.Wi.gov  (Find your polling place, update your registration, see your sample ballot, find your elected officials, and more.)
If you have an absentee ballot: witnessed, signed absentee ballots are due by 8:00pm, Tuesday, February 16. Learn more about voting absentee

Voters may register at the polls on election day.
Take your Wisconsin ID, when you go to vote. See acceptable forms of ID
To register, or update your voter registration, take your proof of residence.

By state law, Wisconsin (Wis. Stat. Ann. § 6.76) Workers may take up to three consecutive unpaid hours off work, on election day, to vote.
*Notify employer before election day.*
https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/statutes/statutes/6/iii/76Read more... “Vote Tuesday, February 16”

Absentee Ballots Available Now

for Spring Primary Election, February 16

Request your Absentee Vote By Mail Ballot today,
at MyVote Wisconsin

Did you know:
You can also track your Absentee Ballot at MyVote Wisconsin

Learn more about voting in Wisconsin at LWV

At My Vote Wisconsin, MyVote.Wi.gov you can: check or update your registration, find out where to vote, see your sample ballot, learn who your elected officials are, and much more.

Spring Election 2021 is April 6

Save the Date — Spring Elections 2021

Spring Primary: February 16, 2021

Spring Election: April 6, 2021 

State offices to be elected are State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Court of Appeals Judge, Districts I, II and III, and Circuit Court Judge.

A special partisan primary and special partisan election for Representative to the Assembly – District 89 (NE Wisconsin, John Nygren’s seat), and State Senator – District 13 (SC Wisconsin, Scott Fitzgerald’s seat), will be held in conjunction with the February 16, 2021 primary, and the April 6, 2021 election. 

Register to vote, update your registration, find your polling place, find your elected officials, and much more at www.MyVote.Wi.gov

Access nonpartisan voting info, and a wealth of other resources at League of Women Voters Wisconsin www.my.lwv.org/wisconsin

Stay in touch with state and local labor:
Wisconsin AFL-CIO www.wisaflcio.org/Read more... “Save the Date — Spring Elections 2021”

Election Day is Tuesday, November 3. YOUR Vote Matters

Polls are open Tuesday, November 3, from 7:00am-8:00pm.
Stay safe, mask up, sanitize, use distancing.
Whatever happens, we are still one union. Let’s be kind. We are stronger together.

By state law, Wisconsin ballots will begin being counted on Election Day. We may not know the results right away.

• Confirm the location of your polling place at https://myvote.wi.gov/en-US/FindMyPollingPlace
www.MyVote.Wi.gov is one-stop shopping to check your registration status, see your sample ballot, learn who your elected officials are (and your congressional, assembly and senate district numbers), make sure your absentee ballot was received complete, and much more.
• State Law says workers can take up to 3 hours off to vote, while polls are open. https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/…/statut…/statutes/6/iii/76
• Wisconsin AFL-CIO-endorsed candidates https://www.wisaflcio.org/Read more... “Election Day is Tuesday, November 3. YOUR Vote Matters”

Last Chance: In-Person Absentee Voting at Madison City Clerk’s office, Sunday, Nov. 1, from 1-5pm

Local 159 Family,
Tuesday, November 3, is Election Day.
The most important election of our lifetime is right around the corner and we ask you:
HAVE YOU VOTED YET? If not, do you have a PLAN to vote?

  • By Wisconsin state law (Wis. Stat. § 6.76) ALL workers can take up to three hours off to vote, while the polls are open. (See link for details.)

City of Madison residents can vote in-person absentee on Sunday, November 1, at Madison City Clerk’s office, from 1-5pm. (*If you need to register, that will NOT be possible Nov 1.)

Everyone can register and vote at the polls on Tuesday, November 3, from 7:00am – 8:00pm. Remember to take along proper I.D.Read more... “Last Chance: In-Person Absentee Voting at Madison City Clerk’s office, Sunday, Nov. 1, from 1-5pm”

Register, Vote, Make a Difference

Register to vote, update your registration, or request an absentee ballot today www.MyVote.Wi.gov

October 14 is the last day to register to vote online, or by mail.
You can still register to vote in person at your clerk’s office or at the polls.
October 20 is the first day in-person absentee voting is available.
See the full list of important dates and deadlines, at the Wisconsin Elections Commission site.

Contact your municipal clerk to learn about your in-person absentee voting opportunities.
To locate a secure ballot drop-off box in your county, check here

*Ballot drop-off options for City of Madison residents: www.cityofmadison.com/…/voting/vote-a…/ballot-drop-off-sites

*Make sure to sign your completed ballot, AND have a witness (age 18+, US citizen) sign and write their address.… Read more... “Register, Vote, Make a Difference”