(MADISON, WI) — The Democratic Party of Wisconsin has unveiled a Voter Assistance Hotline to field questions from voters regarding casting an absentee ballot for the April 7 election for the Presidential Preference Primary, Wisconsin Supreme Court, and thousands of local races across the state.
“In this moment of crisis, the continued functioning of our democracy is more vital than ever,” said Democratic Party of Wisconsin Chair Ben Wikler. “Our Voter Assistance Hotline will ensure voters can connect with the resources and support they need to safely cast their ballot for the Spring election. No one should have to risk their health and wellbeing to make their voice count.
The Democratic Party of Wisconsin is encouraging all voters to request an absentee ballot by mail by 5:00 PM CT on Thursday, April 2, the deadline to make such a request. The deadline to register online to vote was extended to Monday March 30 thanks to a lawsuit filed by the state party and the DNC last week.
DPW’s Voter Assistance Hotline can be reached at 608-DEM-3232, or 608-336-3232.