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Ensuring that your voter registration is current

It's easy for voters in Kewaunee and Door counties to ensure they're registered to vote, even if they've received letters from the Wisconsin Elections Commission saying they need to re-register.  That follows a Wisconsin judge's order that 234,000 names of residents who may have moved be purged from voter registration records.  That decision came after a conservative legal firm sued to have the names removed because they no longer lived at the listed voting addresses.  Kewaunee County Clerk Jamie Annoye says verifying that your voter registration is up to date is easy, so is re-registering.


If you'd like to register online to vote,  Annoye says all you need to do is log onto and send along a scanned identification document, such as a utility bill, state-issued identification card or drivers license.

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