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Don't forget to vote!

posted Nov 1, 2014, 7:38 AM by Sophia Webmaster

WISDOM leaders across the state have been engaged in efforts to make poverty one of the key issues in next week’s election.  We’ve also been working to get out the vote. 

 

We share this mission with the Nuns on the Bus, an organization of Roman Catholic nuns who are touring the nation, encouraging people to exercise democracy by participating in the electoral process.

 

WISDOM’s own Sister Barbara Pfarr will be on the bus as it comes through Wisconsin.  Check the schedule and join them at a location near you!

 

Nuns on the Bus Roll through Wisconsin!

 

Nuns on the Bus Wisconsin -- Tour Schedule

Saturday, November 1  

2:00pm Phone Banking and Canvassing

IBEW Local 14 Office

3460 Losey Boulevard South, La Crosse, WI 54601 

 

Sunday, November 2

8:30am Attending Mass at St. Matthew Parish (Not a Bus event)

130 St. Matthew St., Green Bay, WI 54301

 

10:30am Get Out the Vote Cookout and Rally

Wisconsin Education Association Council

1136 N. Military Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54303

 

2:00pm Get Out the Vote Rally and Canvassing Kickoff at Houdini Plaza

W. College Ave. Appleton, WI 54911

 

7:00pm  Town Hall for the 100% at First Unitarian Society of Madison 

Atrium Auditorium  900 University Bay Drive, Madison, WI 53705

 

Monday, November 3

8:30am Get Out the Vote Canvassing Pep Rally at Madison Labor Temple

1602 South Park St., Madison, WI 53715

 

12:00pm Get Out the Vote Rally

Milwaukee Area Technical College (MATC)                             

Student Service Center ("S" Building) Atrium  

700 W State St., Milwaukee, WI 53233

 

2:00pm Voter Engagement with Wisconsin AFL-CIO 

Location TBA -- Please check the Nuns on the Bus website for the location.

Milwaukee, WI 53213

 

ELECTION DAY, November 4

All day  Rides to the Polls 

Around Town Milwaukee, WI 

 

With 3 days left before the election, the Nuns wants to make sure you have a voting plan and you follow through. Whether you are mailing in your ballot or going to the polls on Election Day, the Nuns support you and challenge you to get others to vote, too. You can still send your absentee ballots. Your completed absentee ballot must be postmarked no later than Election Day and received by the municipal clerk no later than 4pm on Friday, November 7.

  Get polling location reminders here.


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