This Just In From DRW April 24, 2012:
Judge extends injunction preventing photo ID requirements for May 8 Recall Primary and June 5 Recall Election
This means that you will not need to present a current and valid identification card in order to vote May 8th and June 5th.
If you have any questions regarding your rights or responsibilities to vote in Wisconsin, feel free to contact the Disability Vote Hotline. See below for additional information on the hotline.
Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW) has a toll free line to help the disability community with questions and concerns about voting rights. We can help:
- If you have questions about your voting rights,
- If your polling site is not accessible and you can’t get into the polling place to vote,
- If you cannot vote privately and independently because the voting machine or ballot is not accessible,
- If you were turned away from the polls even though you have the right to vote,
- If you feel you have been discriminated against in the voting process because of your disability,
- If you have questions about how to file a complaint about your concerns,
- If you don’t know where your polling place is,
- If you have questions about how to register to vote or get an absentee ballot,
- and much much more!!
CALL: 800/928–8778 (toll free) or 888/758–6049 (TTY)
Phones are answered between 8:30 and 5:00 most weekdays, and from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM on Election Days.
“Vote as if your life depends on it, because it does…” - Justin Dart Jr.
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