First, choose your method to vote in the August 9th Election.
You can choose which method works for you to cast your ballot. Vote by:
- mail-in absentee ballot,
- in-person absentee ballot – “early voting,”
- in-person on Election Day.
Your clerk is the best person to answer your questions about the details and deadlines regarding any of these methods. You cancontact your clerk on MyVote.
Then, make a plan. Look over the information in this message to make sure you have what you need to vote in this important primary election, and share with others to help them be engaged voters.
Find more information here.
Help protect our freedom to vote.
Actions you can take:
- Be a poll worker. Get trained by the nonpartisan Wisconsin Election Commission and your local clerk. Go to https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/Become-PollWorker
- Submit a Letter to the Editorof your local newspaper. Here’s a sample to revise in our voice: Become a Poll Worker
- Get a Municipal Resolution passed by your municipal board or council. Contact Joe Waldman of All Voting is Local at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. (see below)
- Be a part of All Voting is Local’s Clerk Engagement Project. Volunteers needed in:
- Tier 1: Waukesha, West Allis
- Tier 2: Cudahy, Fond du Lac, Oconomowoc, Onalaska, South Milwaukee, Sun Prairie, Wausau, Wisconsin Rapids,
- Tier 3: Ashwaubenon, Caledonia, De Pere, Franklin, Howard, Manitowoc, Mount Pleasant, Muskego, Oak Creek, Pleasant Prairie, Watertown