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For our movement to be successful, survivors and advocates need to stay engaged in the political process. Remember to vote today, Tuesday, June 5, 2012.
If you are an adult citizen and a Wisconsin resident, you are eligible to register and vote. No photo ID is necessary.
Polls opened at 7 a.m. today and are open until 8 p.m. You can find your polling place here: https://vpa.wi.gov
Residency: Citizens can still register at the polls; however, they must be residents of a municipality for 28 consecutive days to register as a voter from that address. Those who are not registered must provide acceptable proof of residence to register, such as a utility or other bill. If you have moved within 28 days of Election Day you can still vote at your former place of residence. If you have questions about becoming a confidential voter or voting from a shelter address, call Tony Gibart at WCADV (608.255.0539 x. 310)
Photo ID and Signatures: You do not need a photo ID for this election. You will be asked to sign the poll book. You can use a stamp or mark if necessary. If you are unable to sign due to a physical disability, you can request an exemption.
2015-2016 End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin Legislative Agenda
This document summarizes End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin's top priorities for legislative advocacy during the 2015 to 2016 biennium. In determining what legislative efforts to support, End Abuse consults regularly with domestic violence programs, survivors of domestic violence, coordinated community response teams, and other professionals who work to address domestic violence. Our Legislative Agenda is a work in progress. We encourage legislators, local domestic violence programs, survivors and other professionals to contact us with potential legislative initiatives throughout the session.
Voting Guide for Advocates and Survivors
This guide is meant to help advocates assist their clients with the voting process. With recent law changes and court decisions, even the basics of how to cast a ballot can be very confusing The guide covers voter registeration, ID requirements and determining where to vote.