Early in-person absentee voting begins today for the Spring Primary election coming up on February 16. The only statewide race is for Superintendent of Public Instruction.
A candidate comparison for Superintendent of DPI may be found HERE.
Office hours vary by municipality. Some municipal offices may not offer additional in-person absentee hours Please contact your municipal clerk for absentee voting hours.
To request an absentee ballot on MyVote.wi.gov click here. You must provide a photo ID with your absentee ballot request, more information on photo ID can be found here.
February 11, 2021 @ 5:00 p.m.- Deadline to Request an Absentee Ballot- Regular and Permanent Overseas Voters- If you are a regular or a Permanent Overseas Voters, your absentee ballot request must be received by your municipal clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. on February 11, 2021.
February 12, 2021 @ 5:00 p.m.- Deadline to Request an Absentee Ballot- Indefinitely Confined- If a voter is indefinitely confined your absentee ballot request must be received by your municipal clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. on February 12, 2021.
February 2, 2021, possibly through February 14, 2021 –Deadline for In-Person Absentee- Voters can possibly request and vote an absentee ballot in-person in their municipal clerk’s office through February 14, 2021. Office hours vary by municipality. Some municipal offices may not offer additional in-person absentee hours Please contact your municipal clerk for absentee voting hours.
A special Primary Election Report will air on VCY America Wisconsin stations at noon on Monday, August 6 and at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 7.
WFA president Julaine Appling will talk about the upcoming Fall Partisan Primary Election coming up on Tuesday, August 14, our convenient voter guide and much more. Tune in and be informed!
CLICK HERE to listen live online.
CLICK HERE to access your iVoterGuide for the August 14 election.
CLICK HERE to find out about endorsements, polling locations, absentee voting and much more!
Is your candidate truly a reflection of your convictions and vision for America and Wisconsin? iVoterGuide will be your biggest asset and tool that will guide you through the next election, answering every question that is important to you.
Wisconsin’s 2018 Fall Partisan Primary election is Tuesday, August 14—that’s only weeks away! Your guide covers contested races for U.S. Senate, U.S. House districts, state Senate and Assembly districts and the critical gubernatorial race for Wisconsin’s Governor.
Compare candidates’ answers on over 20 survey questions. Look at who has endorsed them. You can see facts on the issues that are the most important to you, like religious liberty, life, immigration, defense, and more.
>>>>>Click HERE to learn more about and access your FREE, DOWNLOADABLE Fall Partisan Primary 2018 Voter Information Publication.
May we ask a favor? Would you take a moment to share this email with friends, family and neighbors so that they, too, may have this vital information before election day on August 14? Better yet, download, print and share!
JUST IN! Wisconsin Family Action PAC (Political Action Committee) has just released the first round of endorsements for the Fall 2018 Partisan Primary Election on August 14! CLICK HERE to view the endorsements.
Not sure where to vote or who is on your ballot? Click HERE and type in your home address to find out the answers to these questions so you can vote your values! We’ve also created a Voter Q&A resource guide for all of your questions regarding Election Day. Access your Voter Q&A HERE.
REMEMBER to bring a valid form of photo identification. Click HERE to learn what forms of ID are acceptable. If you haven’t already registered to vote, you may also register on the day of the election at the polls.
Wisconsin Family Action also stands ready to help you if you have any questions. We can be reached at 866-849-2536 (toll free) or 608-268-5074 (Madison).
CLICK HERE for your downloadable
Wisconsin Supreme Court Candidate Primary Election Information Publication!
Less than 20% of voters actually vote in the primary elections in their state. Yet did you know…
• Primaries determine the election?
• In the case of low-voter-turnout elections, your vote matters more than ever?
Wisconsin’s Primary Election is Tuesday, February 20.
That’s less than 3 weeks away! How do you know who to vote for? Who are the candidates? How have incumbents voted in the past?
Click for your Wisconsin Voter Guide. It’s a combination of:
• Voting records/ratings
• Financial contributions
• Candidate website
Each candidate is evaluated by a panel of volunteers, people like you, who are dedicated to helping others vote wisely.
For general voter information and to see if you have a primary on your ballot, click here.
How Can You Help?
• Access the Voter Publication TODAY. Take a close look.
• Print off and be prepared for the Wisconsin Primary Election on February 20!
• Share this Voter Publication with everyone you know who is eligible to vote in Wisconsin! Print and distribute copies to neighbors and others in your voting district.
• Share this page on your social media (see icons below)
WISCONSIN SPRING GENERAL ELECTION
TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 2017
The only statewide competitive race on the ballot is for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Incumbent Tony Evers is being challenged by Lowell Holtz. Here are two candidate comparison charts for that race:
WISCONSIN FAMILY COUNCIL EDUCATIONAL INFO ON EVERS & HOLTZ (suitable for churches)
GENERAL INFORMATION COMPARISON ON EVERS & HOLTZ (not suitable for churches)
Equipping Christians to Vote Wisely
Is your candidate truly a reflection of your convictions and vision for America? iVoterGuide will be your biggest asset and tool that will guide you through the next election, answering every question that is important to you.
The General election is Tuesday, November 8. Contested races are in U.S. Senate, U.S. House districts, and state legislative districts.
Compare candidates’ answers on over 20 survey questions. Look at who has endorsed them. You can see facts on the issues that are the most imperative to you, like religious liberty, life, immigration, defense, and the candidate’s spiritual beliefs.
WHY IVOTERGUIDE? An unsettling trend is dramatically affecting elections. During the last presidential election, between 20-30 million Christian voters did not vote! Many voters don’t feel they have access to factual information on the candidates. Many consider the information they do obtain to be marred by the candidate, big money, or the media. Wisconsin Family Action wants iVoterGuide to be the solution to that problem, encouraging all value voters to judge a candidate based on what they do and not on what they say.
How does ivoterguide work? CLICK HERE for simple instructions, then go straight to ivoterguide to review information on your candidates.
This iVoterGuide is appropriate for use and distribution within churches. Read legal letter HERE and obtain downloadable bulletin inserts/fliers HERE.
Please share this valuable resource on social media with all your like-minded friends and family.
Hard-to-find background information becomes available at one online resource
As part of an ongoing voter education effort, Wisconsin Family Action (WFA) has announced today that it once again has partnered with iVoterGuide to provide Wisconsin citizens with unbiased, easily accessible background information on candidates running for state and federal office here in Wisconsin. WFA’s goal with this robust voter guide is to serve as an asset and tool for those voters looking for sometimes hard-to-find information on the candidates running for office, such as donations and endorsements from political action committees. In addition, the candidates are rated on a scale of very liberal to very conservative, giving users a general overview of how a panel of their peers believes these candidates would govern if elected.
“We are really excited about the new user-friendly interface of this exceptional online voter information resource. Over the years we have had countless voters from across the state come to us looking for a convenient, one-stop website that fairly presented background information on the candidates that would be appearing on their ballots, and we believe that the 2016 WFA iVoterguide will exceed their expectations,” said Julaine Appling, president of WFA.
The release of the WFA iVoterguide is well timed with in-person early voting having already begun for the Tuesday, August 9th Wisconsin Primary Election.
“With early absentee voting already starting, we believe this resource will be a valuable educational tool for those voters looking to cast a more informed ballot this fall, both in the primary and general elections.” Appling continued.
The Wisconsin iVoterguide can be accessed by visiting wifa.ivoterguide.com.
Wisconsin Family Action’s Online Voter Guide has JUST been released.
Click HERE to access your FREE Voter Guide to learn more about the candidates for the August 9 Fall Partisan Primary Election.
For helpful election information such as where to vote, what is on your ballot, and more…