March 8, 2022 – The Union, a pro-democracy grassroots coalition established by The Lincoln Project, will join a number of Wisconsin organizations for a Town Hall discussing the upcoming State Supreme Court election. This special election will determine whether the court can be counted on to uphold democracy, or be controlled by MAGA members who pledge to push a far-right agenda.

Taking place March 18th, the weekend before early voting begins, the Town Hall will discuss how the Wisconsin State Supreme Court could play an outsized role in the 2024 Presidential campaign and the running of a fair election. 

This event is made possible thanks to the efforts of all partnering organizations: Souls to the Polls Wisconsin, Wisconsin Voices, Milwaukee Turners, VoteRiders, and NextGen America.

Event details:
What: Democracy Town Hall
When: Saturday, March 18th at 10am – noon CST
Location: St. Gabriel Church of God in Christ, 5363 N 37th St., Milwaukee, WI 53209
Rev. Gregory Lewis, Executive Director, Souls to the Polls Wisconsin
Reed Galen, Co-Founder, The Lincoln Project
Maya May, Moderator, The Lincoln Project
Emilio De Torre, Executive Director, Milwaukee Turners
Sam Munger, Elections Specialist, Partner, Uprising Strategies
Sam Liebert, State Director, Wisconsin All Voting is Local Action
Sharlen Moore, Executive Director, Urban Underground
Deisy España, Youth Activist
LaToya White, Partnership & Organizing Director, Wisconsin Voices
David Carlson, Founder and Co-Owner, C.C. We Adapt
Anita Johnson, Outreach and Education Manager, Souls to the Polls Wisconsin
Bryan Boland, Organizing Director, NextGen America
Nick Ramos, Wisconsin Voter ID Coalition Coordinator, VoteRiders
Tiffany Koehler, US Army Veteran


Please Note: Members of the public who wish to attend may sign up at

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