Monday, November 1, 2010

VOTE: Your Rights at the Polls on Election Day in Wisconsin

Each individual’s right to vote is the foundation of our democracy. The American Civil Liberties Union of Wisconsin wants all eligible voters to exercise their full right to vote on Election Day. Report problems to 866-OUR-VOTE, contact the ACLU of Wisconsin or tweet a report on your polling place to @ACLUofWisconsin or @ACLUMadison.

Before heading to the polls, be sure to check to locate your polling place and verify that you are registered. For answers to more frequently asked questions, download the ACLU of Wisconsin’s Voter Empowerment Card or our mini flier on voting for those with criminal convictions.

Learn more about what the ACLU is doing to inform voters about their voting rights across the country.

Download the ACLU’s Wisconsin Voter Empowerment Card (PDF)

Download the ACLU’s Facts Flier on Voting with Criminal Convictions (PDF)

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