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SmartVoter22

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Member since: Thu Oct 10, 2019, 05:13 PM
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Former Election Official, voting rights wonk. We need lifetime voter registration from birth & citizenship, without any abridgments and a weekend national voting holiday. Let's get the 30% who never vote back voting for Dems.

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Wisc Early Voting Started Sep 17

The 1,000,000+ absentee ballots are in the mail.

Early voting has also begun in Wisconsin, meaning you can vote now.

If you live there and vote there, find everything online at the link below.


https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/MyVoterInfo

You simply enter your name and birth date, and everything you can do comes up;
inc: your registration status, where to vote on Nov 3, absentee & early voting info

Come on Wisconsin, let's send Trump packing and end the GOP subversion of democracy in every office.

Wisc Voting Started Sept 17th

Get ready because here comes over one million absentee ballots.

What this also means is that 'early voting' has started.
In Wisconsin, early voting is the same as absentee voting. You go to your municipal clerk's office and fill out the absentee application (and register if you need to) and then are given the ballot for your voting ward, which you can fill out, on the spot, and the clerk signs your ballot envelope.

The very same process as if your ballot was mailed to your home ( except who you have sign the envelope).

Find your clerk's office, or apply online at:

[link:https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/VoteAbsentee|

(You enter your name and birthdate. It will see if you are registered to vote first, if you are it will show you your clerk's name, contact info and office address)

I missed football more than I thought

It is nice watching a Packer game.

A break from stupid, more stupid and orange stupid.

Certified Election Results Due In December

Why worry about getting the Nov election results faster than a drive-thru burger?

Sure, a quick result is nice and we've been able to make the 'call' within several hours, after the polls close.

But, let's talk about the legally defined CERTIFIED final election results. This gives each state the time to handle voter challenges, tie races and any other legal steps that may arise for every election.
The Certification is the official results the state's must report. Not one is due on Nov 3rd, 4th or 5th! The earliest date is Nov 10th.

The link below, shows the 'certification dates due' for each state.

The final results are not due until well after the election and some states report in December.
https://ballotpedia.org/Election_results_certification_dates,_2020

The certification dates rranges from Nov 10, 2020 to Dec 8, 2020.
So, who won? Officially we will not know until Dec 8, 2020...the last date for any state to report the certified results.
Posted by SmartVoter22 | Tue Sep 8, 2020, 09:35 AM (1 replies)
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