Baldwin and first-time voter, Ava Kaminsky, voted and shared remarks with Stubbs highlighting how health care is on the ballot this election 

Yesterday, Senator Tammy Baldwin hosted a “What’s at Stake” press conference with State Representative Shelia Stubbs and first-time voter Ava Kaminsky. They discussed how health care is on the ballot this election as President Trump attempts to undermine protections for people with pre-existing conditions.

At the end of the press conference, Senator Baldwin and Kaminsky emphasized their excitement for the Biden-Harris ticket and dropped off their ballots at an official Madison ballot drop box location outside of city hall.

Voters in Wisconsin can visit or call the hotline at (608) 336-3232 to check their registration status and learn more about voting by mail, early, or in-person on November 3rd.

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