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ONE WEEK.

This is it, people. No time to waste!


If you have a ballot at home right now, mail it TODAY or bring it to a drop box in your municipality. After today I would not recommend mailing it. And you MUST use the drop box in your own city, town, or village - you cannot just drop it anywhere. Most drop boxes are at the city, town, or village hall, but there may be other options as well. In Milwaukee there are boxes at public library branches.


Early voting is open until November 1st, but clerks can set their own days and hours. Check your options on MyVote.WI.gov or on your municipal website, such as Waukesha-WI.gov.


We highly recommend early voting - vote as soon as you can because you never know what will happen if you leave it until the last minute. Wear a mask, sanitize your hands, and bring your own BLACK ink pen if you can. Yes, it has to be black.


If you have to register or change your address you can do that and then vote early at the same time. Make sure to bring photo ID and proof of residence.


The court challenges are over - your ballot has to be received by 8 PM on November 3rd one way or another. Drop it off or vote in person. There is no such thing as "postmarked by..." in this election!


You have a right to vote without being intimidated or threatened. If you see people trying to threaten voters tell the Chief Inspector at your polling place. They have the authority to do something. People can be election observers, but they cannot speak to voters or intimidate them.


If you have any problems or see something wrong at a polling place call the Election Protection Hotline - 866-OUR-VOTE or 866-687-8683.


Let us know if you have any questions!


Thank you for being voters!


Kristin, Scott, Mimi, Tony, Khary, and Ted

Blue Sky Waukesha Board of Directors

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