Voting News from the Disability Vote Coalition
The Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition (WDVC) is a non-partisan effort to help ensure full participation in the electoral process of voters with disabilities. It is a project of Disability Rights Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Board for Developmental Disabilities.
Voting fact sheets, videos, and other resources for voters with disabilities and providers are posted on their website. You may print our fact sheets or email us to order materials.
Contact the Disability Vote Coalition at:
- Disability Vote Coalition
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- Email with questions or to subscribe to the email newsletter
2020 Election dates – Mark your calendars:
- February 18th Spring Primary (local elections and State Supreme Court)
- April 7th Spring Election & Presidential Preference Vote
- August 11th Partisan Primary
- November 3rd General & Presidential Election
Voting Fact Sheet for Residential Service Providers
Are you a residential service provider? This new fact sheet will help to support residents in registering to vote and casting their ballot.
Get ready to vote on February 18th
- Make sure voter registration information is current and correct. Voters can confirm their address or update their registration at myvote.wi.gov..
- Polling places may have changed. Voters can find their polling place at https://myvote.wi.gov/en-US/
- Voters can view their ballot in advance on the My Vote website: https://myvote.wi.
- Learn about the candidates. One source for candidate information is VOTE411.org.
Know Your Rights. Do you know about voting rights for voters with a disability? Watch a video to learn about the right to ask for accommodations, curbside voting and more
Know Your Rights (with captions)
Know Your Rights (with audio descriptions)
Know Your Rights (with Spanish captions)
Order free 2020 Elections postcards. They include election dates, voter registration tips, and where to call for help. These can be shared with residents and staff. To order postcards, complete this survey.
Have a voting concern or question?
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