Posted by Anthony Dimond on March 21, 2019

Skip the lines and vote early. In-person absentee voting is now underway for the Spring 2019 Election. Check with your local municipal clerk’s office for available in-person absentee voting times and locations.

To find your municipal clerk contact information and see what is on your ballot, visit: https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us Scroll down to “Find my Municipal Clerk.”

For Racine early voting times and locations, click here.

For Milwaukee early voting times and locations, click here.

For Madison early voting times and locations, click here.

The 2019 Spring Election is just around the corner on Tuesday, April 2. There are hundreds of local races, many referendums across the state, and an important statewide race for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice.

Whether you vote early or on Election Day, remember to bring your ID to the polls.

The Wisconsin AFL-CIO has endorsed Judge Lisa Neubauer for Supreme Court Justice.

*View all our union endorsements here.

*Increase voter turnout by joining our Labor 2019 voter education and mobilization efforts here.

As union members, we know that elected representatives at every level of government can make changes that impact our wages, schedules, safe workplaces and union rights.

We are fighting for a fair economy where working people can get ahead. We are fighting for justice, fairness, and for a better day for the next generation of Wisconsinites. That is why we have endorsed Judge Lisa Neubauer for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice. Judge Neubauer is a tough, independent, and fair judge.

Vote early or vote on Tuesday, April 2. Volunteer with our Labor 2019 political program, and bring a friend or family member with you when you go vote.

In Solidarity,

Stephanie Bloomingdale, President

Dennis Delie, Secretary-Treasurer

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