Get Out the Vote

From the Chair - Voting is Easy!

Voting is easy.  Voting absentee is easy too. Voting is essential to our democracy.

Unfortunately, Governor Evers didn't include voting as an "essential" activity when he ordered everyone to stay home until after the election.

I understand there is a lot of uncertainty right now. In addition to the shenanigans the Democrats are playing with this election there are legitimate efforts to postpone the election too. However, as I write this, the election is still on for April 7th and we need to work as hard as ever to get out the vote.

What can you do? The number one way is to vote early! You can either vote early in person or request an absentee ballot online. Requesting and completing an absentee ballot can be done entirely from home.

To Vote by Absentee Ballot. Just go to MyVote.WI.Gov and click on the "Vote Absentee" button on the far right. In the search box, just enter your name and date of birth to look up your registration. Follow the prompts and answer the questions to request your ballot.<.p>

Don't let this election get stolen. Vote early, share this information with your friends and family, and make sure your voice is heard. Volunteer to make calls and use your social media presence to amplify our message.

Finally, if you have concerns or observe anything you don't think is right - please share that with us at

John Kraft
Republican Party of St. Croix County

Vote Absentee - It's Easy!

Request an Absentee Ballot
Requesting an absentee ballot
Uploading Your Photo ID
Uploading your Photo ID

Dates to Remember

March 30 - Last day to request an absentee ballot online on
April 3 at 5:00pm - Deadline for early voting, but check with your jurisdiction. State law says early voting can happen until 5:00 on the Sunday before Election Day if the office is open.
April 3 at 5:00pm - Deadline for requesting an absentee ballot from your municipal clerk.
April 7 at 8:00pm - Polls close and all absentee ballots must be received.


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