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Ask Wisconsin Legislators about Voting Rights Access

A recent study by University of Wisconsin researchers, commissioned by Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell, found that “between roughly 9,000 and 23,000 registered voters in the reliably Democratic counties were deterred from voting by the ID law.”

Ask Wisconsin state legislators – have you read this study, and do you agree with the fundamental importance of increasing voter rights access in U.S. representative democracy, for public trust and accountability?









Share this free, HTML-customizable, JavaScript widget (or make your own) with regional media partners throughout Wisconsin for grassroots public dialogue with Gov. Walker and GOP-leading state elected officials, ahead of 2018 elections for the following offices: Governor, U.S. Senator, U.S. Representative, odd-numbered Wisconsin State Senate seats, and all Wisconsin Assembly seats. Reach out to: @JSOnline, @MadisonDotCom, @WiStateJournal, @gbpressgazette, @postcrescent, @wispolitics, etc.

More info via Brennan Center, ACLU, and One Wisconsin. Hey WisPolitics, get at us, we’re non-profit – more on our model of re-engagement, mitigating polarization, harnessing community pride. Contact: david at ppolitics.org, @ppolitics on Twttr.

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