Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Are you concerned about the integrity of Wisconsin’s elections?
Maybe you'd like to do something to help ensure that no eligible Wisconsin voter is denied the right to cast a ballot on November 4th?
Something relatively easy and rewarding?
Our friends at the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin are providing folks across the state with a way to help: they are looking for volunteers to serve as the League's eyes and ears at the polls during the November 4th election, watching for and reporting any signs of voters being disenfranchised.
You don't need to be a League member to volunteer.
The League provides online training, a reporting form, a polling place assignment and numbers to call on Election Day if you have a question or need to report a problem.
Just sign up on their 2014 Election Observer Volunteer Form and the League will get back to you about where you are needed and times for online training.
Whether you can spend all day or just a few hours at a polling place, you can sign on to be an election observer.
Please take a moment and make this commitment to help – and tell your friends about this important opportunity to make a difference. Many volunteers are needed!
Director of Information Services & Outreach
Common Cause in Wisconsin
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Madison, WI 53703
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