Judge orders state to remove over 200,000 people from Wisconsin’s voter rolls

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On Friday, an Ozaukee County judge ordered the state to remove over 200,000 people from Wisconsin’s voter rolls. These are voters who have been flagged as having a new address and were sent a mailing asking them to update their voter registration if they have moved or alert election officials if they are still at their same address.

Make sure your voter registration information is current and correct. You can confirm your address or update your registration at myvote.wi.gov. If you need assistance, contact the Wisconsin Election Commission Toll-free Voter Help Line at 1-866-VOTE-WIS. For disability related questions, contact the Disability Rights Wisconsin Vote Hotline at 844-DIS-VOTE / 844-347-8683

Voters who are removed from the voter rolls, whether correctly or mistakenly, can regain the ability to cast ballots by re-registering online, at their clerk’s office or at the polls on election day. This ruling will be appealed.