YOUR Vote Could Be IN DANGER
WHAT DOES THIS STATEWIDE PRESIDENTIAL VOTE RECOUNT MEAN FOR YOU, THE VOTER?
It means that during this recount process, we must be vigilant and cautiously watchful. We must PROTECT OUR VOTE. The law allows for individual citizens to be observers at the recounts that will be held at the County Clerks’ office in all 72 Wisconsin counties.
Who May Attend the Recount? Any person may attend the recount. This includes the candidates, their representatives, their counsel, media representatives, and any other interested persons. Wis. Stat. § 9.01(3).
Where May I Find Rules About the Recount? Click HERE for the Recall Election Manual from the Wisconsin Elections Commission.
WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Sign up on our PROTECT YOUR VOTE volunteer form by CLICKING HERE. Let us know that you are committed to protecting your vote in some way between December 1-12.
Show up at your county clerk’s office Dec.1-12 – be friendly and ask where observers should be. For full instructions on what to do at your clerk’s office, see below. Find your local county clerk’s office HERE.
LET US HELP YOU
Wisconsin Family Action is ready to assist you as you take action to protect your vote.
If you have any questions, please call our office at 866-849-2536 (toll free) or 608-268-5074 (Madison).