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How to UU the Vote in Wisconsin this Fall

With deadlines and polling locations shifting by the day, alongside massive voter suppression tactics from missing ballots and divestment from the postal service, we need all hands on deck to ensure every eligible voter has what they need to vote safely this November. We know after November 3rd, we’ll need new and strengthened relationships to confront whatever is ahead, together – join us. 


  • REGISTER: If you are an eligible voter in WI that needs to register, upload your information here and your voter registration will be processed directly. Link for sharing: uua.votewisconsin.com.
  • CONFIRM REGISTRATION: If you’re an eligible voter in WI with any questions about your registration, confirm your voter registration is up to date at: myvote.wi.gov.

REQUEST: Go to myvote.wi.gov to request an absentee ballot be sent to you. We recommend you request your absentee ballot to vote by mail as soon as possible. Requests must be received by the WI Elections Commission or your clerk no later than October 29, 2020 at 5pm. Absentee ballots must be received by your clerk by no later than 8pm on November 3, 2020.

  • VOTING IN 2020: Voters have three ways to vote in the November 3, 2020 election. Making a plan increases the likelihood that we will turn out.
    • Vote absentee ballot by mail: myvote.wi.gov
    • Early voting (also called in-person absentee voting): Contact your municipal clerk’s office for early voting locations & hours.
    • Voting at the polls on election day: Polls are open 7AM-8PM on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Find your polling place at myvote.wi.gov or call 1-866-868-3947.


  • EMPOWER APP: You are the best messenger to turn out our own friends and family members for this crucial election. Join us this Fall using Empower – an app that allows you to build a contact list for friends and family and reach out over the phone, text, Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp.
  • CONNECTED TO A COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY? Join UUs for Social Justice’s (UUSJ) Ask Your College to make sure any college(s) with whom you or your family or friends have a relationship encourage and help their students to vote.


  • SHARE THIS INFO: Be sure your congregation has all they have to inform their congregants and broader community about voting this Fall.


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