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Written by Wisconsin Senate Democrats, Bridget Esser   
Thursday, 27 September 2018 13:24

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Make sure you’re registered to vote – as Election Day on November 6th is right around the corner. Here's some information to help you.


MADISON, WI – Senator Mark Miller (D-Monona) offered the weekly Democratic radio address today.

The audio file of this week’s address can be found here.

A written transcript of the address is below:

mark-miller“Hello, this is Senator Mark Miller with this week’s Democratic Radio Address.

“This week we recognized National Voter Registration Day. This is a good reminder to make sure you’re registered to vote – as Election Day on November 6th is right around the corner. Of course you can always register in-person on Election Day as well.

“Additionally, absentee ballots are currently available statewide and many municipalities offer in-person absentee voting at local clerk’s offices. Online, you can search for your polling place, see what’s on the next ballot or learn more about absentee voting head to myvote.wi.gov.

“Eligible Wisconsin Voters who have a current and valid Wisconsin Driver License or Wisconsin State ID Card can now register completely online at myvote.wi.gov. If your name, date of birth, Wisconsin Driver License or State ID number, and address all match the information on file with the Wisconsin DMV, you will no longer need to mail or deliver your registration form. To register in person, head to your municipal clerk’s office during business hours or register at your polling place on Election Day.

“To make sure you have the proper ID needed to vote head to bringitwisconsin.com. If you need a free ID to vote, take proof of identity, proof of residency, proof of citizenship and social security card to your DMV.

“For any other questions, the Wisconsin Elections Commission can be contacted at 608-266-8005.”

 
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