Senators Mark Miller, Fred Risser and Jon Erpenbach hosted an Early Vote Event just off the Capitol Square (100 North Hamilton Street, next to the new Children’s Museum) during the Madison Farmer’s Market. The main message is that it is a very important message to get out the vote to absolutely recall Walker.
Note: Mark Miller is not in the video because the event may have started early.
Here are some of the very important links to visit, contribute to, volunteer for and support and share with others who wish to take back Wisconsin from Scott Walker, Inc., a division of the Koch Brothers/ALEC/RGA/RNC et al:
- Democratic Party of Wisconsin
- Wisconsin AFL-CIO
- We Are Wisconsin
- United Wisconsin
- Tom Barrett for Governor
- Mahlon Mitchell (running against Kleefisch)
- Lori Compas (running against Fitzgerald)
- Rep. Donna Seidel (running against Galloway)
- Rep. Kristen Dexter (running against Moulton)
- Former Sen. John Lehman (running against Wanggaard)
You can vote early in person or request an absentee ballot by mail, email or fax. (Only registered voters may request absentee ballots.) If you make an error, you can request up to two additional ballots.
• To vote early in person: Visit your local municipal clerk’s office before 5 p.m. the day before the election. To locate your clerk, go to bit.ly/WiClerks. If you are not registered to vote, you can register at the clerk’s office.
• To request a ballot by mail: Download, complete and sign an application. You can find an application form at bit.ly/WiAbsenteeRequest. Your application must arrive at your local municipal clerk’s office by 5 p.m. the Thursday before the election.
• To request a ballot by email: To locate your clerk’s email address, go to bit.ly/WiClerks. Your email must arrive by 5 p.m. the Thursday before the election. It should include your full name and address. After you send your email, print and sign a copy. Be sure to mail the signed copy with your completed ballot when you cast your vote, but do not place the copy inside the certified ballot envelope.
• To request a ballot by fax: To locate your clerk’s fax number, go to bit.ly/WiClerks. Your fax must arrive by 5 p.m. the Thursday before the election. In order for your vote to be counted, you must sign the faxed request.
Your completed ballot must arrive at your local clerk’s office on Election Day.
Source: Wisconsin Government Accountability Board