Voter Helpline offers assistance before election

With Election Day only four weeks away, the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin as well as the local Door County chapter are reminding voters that they can receive help from nonpartisan experts in the area before November 3rd.  The Voter Helpline was established in 2016 in Dane County and allows anyone statewide to call or text questions.  Local volunteers are referred and can offer in-person assistance if needed.  League of Women Voters Door County President Pat Sciezinski says the organization’s goal to help as many people as possible cast their vote for Election Day.



Voters can call the helpline to get assistance for obtaining an acceptable photo ID for voting, registering to vote, request, voting absentee, and finding polling locations.  The Helpline volunteers can also offer rides to the DMV and also serve as witnesses for voters needing a witness to complete their absentee ballot.  The Door County League of Women Voters sponsored a candidate forum between U.S. Congressional Rep. Mike Gallagher and challenger Amanda Stuck on Tuesday. 


Voter Helpline: 608-285-2141


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