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Non-Partisan Voter Information Session
Date: Tuesday, November 1st
Time: 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Speaker: Susan Nossal
Abstract: You are invited to an informal discussion about non-partisan voting information on Tuesday, November 1st at noon via Zoom in advance of the Tuesday, November 8th election.

Early in-person absentee voting has begun in Madison, including on the UW-Madison campus.

We will discuss where to find information about topics such as:
• Eligibility for voting
• How to register to vote
• Voter ID requirements
• Obtaining a voter-compliant ID card (for UW students)
• Early in-person absentee voting opportunities on the UW Campus and elsewhere
• Finding poll locations for those voting on election day, Tuesday, November 8th
• How to find out what is on your ballot
• How to find information if voting in another state

A few resources for non-partisan voting information are the UW voter information site(, BadgersVote (,and the State of Wisconsin MyVote site ( The Morgridge Center for Public Service is hosting a VoteFest this week (

This will be an opportunity for us all to share information with each other. Please feel welcome to bring questions. If we don’t know the answers, we will try to point people to places where they may be able to get their questions addressed. If possible, it may be helpful to log on with a device that you can use to access various websites.
Everyone is welcome! Even if you are not eligible to vote, but you would like to learn more about the voting process in Wisconsin, please come. You are welcome to come late and leave early.
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