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DPW to Launch "What's at Stake" Bus Tour as In-Person Early Voting Begins PDF Print E-mail
Elections, Elected Officials, Political Parties
Written by Democratic Party of Wisconsin, Courtney Beyer   
Monday, 19 October 2020 10:12

vote-47-mbWISCONSIN -- On Tuesday, October 20, the first day of in-person early voting, the Democratic Party of Wisconsin will launch a statewide “What’s at Stake” Get Out the Vote Bus Tour with Wisconsin leaders and campaign surrogates including State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski, Congresswoman Gwen Moore, and more.

The bus tour will kick off on the first day of in-person early voting, October 20, with stops in Madison, Waukesha, and Milwaukee and continue with other stops across the state throughout the week. At each stop, voters will be encouraged to go to  www.iwillvote.com/WI and make a plan to cast their ballot. 

“With so much at stake this election, Wisconsinites are ready to cast their ballots and make their voices heard,” said State Treasurer Sarah Godlewski. “This bus tour across this state will highlight all of the ways in which Joe Biden will fight for the people of Wisconsin, including lowering the cost of health care and protecting coverage for those with pre-existing conditions. It’s time we elect a leader with the empathy and experience needed to help us rebuild and unite the country.”

“In Wisconsin, we have the opportunity to make a difference in this election and deliver change to create a brighter future for our country,” said Congresswoman Gwen Moore. “As voters head to the polls, we cannot afford to leave anyone behind or let anyone sit this election out. It’s time to make history and elect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to restore the soul of our nation and create an economy that works for hardworking families in Wisconsin, not just the wealthy and Wall Street.”

The Get Out the Vote bus tour will feature a series of events and include over a dozen stops, including in Madison, Waukesha, Milwaukee, Green Bay, Superior, Eau Claire, Hudson, La Crosse, Janesville, Kenosha and Racine.

 
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