Our key to victory against Scott Walker is to get all of our friends, family, and colleagues to the polls on Election Day! We are calling on you to help turn out the vote, and this resource is designed to make it easy.
The polls will be open from 7:00 am - 8:00 pm on Tuesday, June 5. In order to cast a ballot, you must be a registered Wisconsin voter.
If you aren't registered to vote, it is extremely easy to do so. You can register at your polling location on the day of the election. All you need to provide is proof of address (ie: a driver's license, utility bill or pay stub.) If you've recently moved to Wisconsin, you can still vote, as long as you've been a resident for 28 days or more.
Another convenient way to cast a ballot is by voting early.
Early voting is available now until Friday, June 1. If you think you are going to be busy or out of the state, it is imperative that you cast an early vote!
The easiest way to vote early is to go in-person to the office of your local Municipal Clerk (See Directory of Local Municipal Clerks for the address.) You can also receive an absentee ballot via mail.
While our pocketbooks can't beat Scott Walker and his tea party cronies, we will deliver a victory where it really counts: at the ballot box. Our passion, drive, and desire to bring Wisconsin back together is stronger than the millions of dollars Scott Walker has amassed for his war chest and criminal defense fund. Out-of-state interests can't vote here in Wisconsin, but you can.