For Progressives in Wauwatosa

Practical Advice Regarding Voter ID

Three judges on the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago have ruled in favor of Wisconsin's voter ID law.  The following day, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Advancement Project filed an emergency request asking the Supreme Court to block the ruling.On Thursday night the U.S. Supreme Court issued a one-page order that vacated the appeals court ruling pending further proceedings.

In other words, photo ID is not required to vote in this election.

But there's still work to do.  We have to keep working on voter registration and we have to keep working on GOTV.


 

We are Wauwatosa residents working to promote policies that will continue to make our community a great place to live. We support our public institutions and public employees and their right to organize and bargain for fair pay and working conditions.

We believe in progressive principles of good government, including accountability, transparency, and the respectful consideration of all reasonable viewpoints. We promote diversity in our community, broad voter participation, careful development in our historic areas, and respect for our green spaces and natural resources.

We support candidates at the local, state and national levels who share our principles.

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