Former Vice President Joe Biden holds a slight lead over President Donald Trump among Wisconsin’s likely voters over the age of 50.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission is slated to mail out absentee ballot applications in mid-September to all eligible voters who haven’t already requested one. No excuse is needed to vote absentee, but a witness signature is required
AARP Wisconsin is recruiting volunteer advocates to represent six northern state Senate districts to help get the association’s messages across to elected officials at all levels. Tactics include contacting state and federal legislators, writing letters to the editor and taking part in town-hall meetings.
Two elections are coming up in Wisconsin this year – a primary election on Tuesday, August 14 th and a general election on Tuesday, November 6 th. AARP WI recognizes that there are many issues important to Wisconsinites on the line, and we want you to be prepared to vote. We are educating and mobilizing voters across Wisconsin for what is sure to be a critical election. Check out some great resources on state and federal issues below, mark your calendars for the August and November elections, and be sure to be the difference and vote.
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