Wisconsin Mails Postcards to Inactive Voters

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The State of Wisconsin has mailed postcards to voters who have not voted in four years. The postcards are titled Official Voter Registration Notice.  These voters have 30 days to respond and tell their clerk whether they want to stay on the active voter list. If the voter does not respond or if their mailing is undeliverable, they will be placed on the inactive list and need to reregister.

If you have received a postcard from the Wisconsin Election Commission about your voter registration, take action.  To stay registered to vote, simply sign the card and mail it back by July 15th if you haven’t moved. If you’ve moved, visit MyVote.WI.gov to update your registration.

Learn more about the mailing here.

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