County clerks help voters ensure they're registered

Residents in Door and Kewaunee counties who haven't moved don't have to be concerned about their voter registration status.  Those who've received letters from the Wisconsin Elections Commission seeking confirmation of their voting addresses should confirm or update that information as soon as possible.  That recommendation is from Kewaunee County Clerk Jamie Annoye. It comes as several state residents and a conservative legal group have challenged the state's deadline of April 2021 for voters contacted by mail to update their addresses.  The challengers want voters to comply within 30-days or have their registration information removed from voters polls.  Annoye says the county clerks office can help verify that you're registered or help you re-register.




Annoye says voters can also register to vote on election day if they've not previously registered in their new district. 

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