Jewish Congregations for Social Justice asks you to help strengthen our democracy
Given recent court decisions, it is essential that every eligible voter is informed about the Wisconsin voter ID law and how to cast a ballot that will be counted. We need to help maximize the ability for all citizens to participate in our elections!
Madison’s Jewish Congregations for Social Justice (JCSJ) is recommending that as many of us as possible help by attending a 90 minute training session by the city clerk’s office in order to become deputized to register City of Madison voters. During the training, participants will learn how to register voters, and accurately answer questions about voter id, absentee voting, and the election process.
Friday, September 16th, 2016
2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
Madison Water Utility, 119 East Olin Avenue, Madison, WI
Questions? Contact: Madison City Clerk's office: (608) 266-4601