MARCH WEEKEND OF ACTION PHONE BANK WITH THE WISDEMS – MARCH 26 & 27
Join the Democratic Party of Wisconsin on March 26 & 27, 2022 to talk to infrequent voters and make sure they turn out to vote for the Spring Elections and in the fall!
Saturday, March 26 – 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST
Saturday, March 26 – 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST
Saturday, March 26 – 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM CST
Sunday, March 27 – 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST
Sunday, March 27 – 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM CST
Sunday, March 27 – 6:00 – 8:00 PM CST
NORTH MILWAUKEE – WEEKEND OF ACTION PHONE BANK – SATURDAY MARCH 19
Join our virtual phone bank and help Wisconsin Democrats call our Milwaukee neighbors to remind them about the April 5 spring election. We’ll also be asking them to sign up for absentee ballots for the April, August, and November elections. Let’s get out the vote to reelect Gov. Tony Evers and to send another Democrat to the US Senate!
IF YOU DON’T RECEIVE AN EMAIL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT AFTER SIGNING UP FOR THIS EVENT, CHECK YOUR SPAM FOLDER.
Saturday, March 19 – 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST
Saturday, March 19 – 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST
Saturday, March 19 – 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM CST
VOTER PROTECTION RECRUITMENT PHONEBANKS
Help protect the vote in Wisconsin by recruiting poll observers for our April 5th election! Poll observers are our eyes and ears at polling locations, and we need your help to recruit them so that voters can safely and easily cast their ballots this spring.
All you need is your phone and a computer (laptop or desktop, not a tablet). Training is offered at every phone bank on Zoom, and we provide the script! You will receive a Zoom link for the phonebank in the confirmation email–please check your spam folder if you don’t see this email in your inbox.
Tuesdays (March 8 & 15) – 5:00 – 7:00 PM CST
Wednesdays (March 9 & 16) – 12:00 – 2:00 PM CST
Thursdays (March 10 & 17) – 5:00 – 7:00 PM CST
Want to learn how to make a truth sandwich or just need some extra incentive to spread the truth? Then join us each Friday at 11am where we will share ideas, create and post truth sandwiches and work together on Letters to the Editor. Let’s have fun while saving democracy!
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Last night, Ben Wikler, Chair of the Wisconsin Democratic Party, went on The Rachel Maddow Show to talk about what’s at stake as primary elections begin in sections of Wisconsin. You can watch a quick clip and support the WisDems ahead of Tuesday’s elections. Wisconsin is ground zero in the GOP effort to pass restrictive anti-voter legislation pursuant to Trump’s Big Lie and steal the 2024 Elections. Republicans know Wisconsin – as it so often is – will be a nail-biter this year, and they will do everything they can to undermine future elections if they win in November.
To stop a Republican takeover in 2024 and fight for the future of American democracy, we need to organize for these local races now.
Election conspiracists who believe Trump’s Big Lie are on the ballot in Wisconsin, but so are staunch defenders of American democracy. In a state like ours, where elections break by single percentage points, we can make a difference right now by investing in local races in the spring, and making sure we have strong advocates for our democracy in office.
Ahead of our crucial local elections, will you pitch in $20 – or whatever you can afford – to fund our organizing efforts all across the country. The local races we’re up against now could determine the mechanics of Wisconsin’s – and American – democracy for this pivotal election year and beyond »
We need volunteers for the following days: Monday, February 21st; Tuesday, March 8th; and Wednesday, March 16 th. To sign up, contact Sue Schneidler at email@example.com. Please indicate what day(s) and shift(s)—morning, afternoon, either—that you can work.
• Milwaukee Area Technical College
Volunteers are needed from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on February 22nd to 24th, March 1st to 3rd, March 8th to 10th, and March 15th to 16th. To volunteer, email David Weingrod at firstname.lastname@example.org. He can provide a parking pass if you park in the lot that is on the northwest corner of 8th and State Street. Meet on the third floor of the S building.
Get ready to help people register to vote! Learn how to register people using MyVote.wi.gov. This training will include a review of paper applications and paper requests for absentee ballots. Registration is required. The Milwaukee County League of Women Voters is sponsoring this event on
Friday, February 18 th
7:00 p.m to 8:30 p.m.
Our Lady of Lourdes
3722 South 58 th Street
Sign up here: docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd7LfQJLas1lRK4w235c0Q-Gx6wf4as_yucwF9LS9YaD4XWtA/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0. If you have problems signing up online, contact Terri at email@example.com.
On Friday, January 28th, representatives of the Milwaukee County League of Women Voters and Supermarket Legends met with Assistant Superintendent Anthony Dodd, Sr., and Captain Brandon Hutchins at the Milwaukee County House of Correction (HOC) in Franklin to discuss the logistics of beginning a voter registration program there. The League and Legends brought flyers for distribution and copies of posters, which can be printed at the HOC and displayed prior to registration events.
The HOC is working to prevent Covid, requiring everyone to wear a mask and installing a special air-filtration system in the building. It has a 94% vaccination rate and currently only one case of Covid. Assisting jail residents to register to vote at the Milwaukee County House of Correction should be low risk for volunteers. The plan is for both organizations to recruit volunteers, who will first fill out a form for a background check and then participate in a one-hour volunteer training at the HOC. Registration events will include voter education and take place at least two times per month.
We need many volunteers for this major initiative to insure its success. Please contact Terri Lowder at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to participate. You will find this a very rewarding experience. Assistant Superintendent Dodd feels that if the jail residents are registered to vote, it helps with their rehabilitation to return to the community as fully engaged citizens.
We will be staffing our Voter Assistance Hotline to prepare for the April 5th election, and we need your help! Join our updated hotline training here — the training is offered twice, and you only need to attend one.
The Voter Assistance Hotline (608-336-3232) aims to make sure the voting process is as smooth as possible and reduce barriers to access by providing accurate and helpful answers to voters’ questions. The hotline is staffed for every election with volunteers and staff who are thoroughly trained on Wisconsin election law.
Please note: if you have completed prior hotline trainings with WisDems, welcome back! You DO need to attend the training again in order to work on the April 5th election, as some things have changed. https://www.mobilize.us/dpw/event/437001/
Interested in learning more about the different outreach strategies DPW and our volunteers utilize and get involved with the Voter Protection Team? Sign up for the Organization Outreach Workshop on January 26th! https://www.mobilize.us/dpw/event/434910/