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On October 21, from 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM there was a Get Out the Vote Rally at the Ezekiel Gillespie Park located at 14th & Wright.
In addition to addressing the recent Supreme Court Decision on Wisconsin’s voter suppression law, attendees were encouraged to get to the polls, and utilize the early voting hours that are available from October 20-31.
(photos by Robert A. Bell)
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By Eelisa Jones
Early voting began this Monday for the Wisconsin 2014 General Election. Milwaukee residents are now able to visit Zeidler Municipal Building at 841 N Broadway on Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. to cast their votes. The final day for early voting is Oct. 31. In addition to the election of over half a dozen political officials, the 2014 General Election ballot contains referendums relating to transportation funds, health care, the dissolution of corporate status as individuals, the potential regulation of political contributions, and the …
By Cassandra Lans
In a major victory for voting rights supporters, Sunday evening Clear Channel confirmed to the media that it is pulling the controversial “voter fraud” billboards which have blanketed Milwaukee for the past two weeks. Last week community leaders in Milwaukee publicly called for the removal of the billboards.
Mike Wilder, director of the African-American Roundtable, and a member of the staff of Citizen Action of Wisconsin Education Fund, made the following statement on reports that Clear Channel Communications will take down the controversial voter intimidation billboards which has saturated …
Early voting in Wisconsin began this week as US Senate candidate Tammy Baldwin continued her focus on talking to voters right here in the community in Milwaukee.
“I know how critical it is to come to the community and talk with people in their neighborhoods and churches and businesses, and hear directly about the critical issues people care about,” said Baldwin. “I am committed to being a US Senator who represents and fights for everyone.”
Baldwin’s ongoing engagement with the community has earned her high praise and support from key leaders, including …
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In Wisconsin, early voting is simple and an easy way for voters to avoid any last minute issues that may arise, and still have time to correct them. Voters can begin voting here as early as Oct. 22 through Nov. 2, 2012. Voters can register when they vote at their early vote location (or at their polling place on Election Day).
You do not need a photo ID to vote in this election. If you want to register and vote early at your municipal clerk’s office between Oct. 22-Nov. 2, or …