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Get Involved

Help ensure clean and fair elections.  Volunteer to be a paid election official (poll worker) or a poll observer for the Republican Party.  Call 715-514-0575 for more details.

Get Out The Vote efforts

Come to the victory center and work the phones or door-knock.  If you can't do that, commit to phoning 10 or more people from your home. Call 715-514-0575 for more details. We will send you a list.  At the very least, make sure all your like-minded friends go vote.

Be sure to VOTE!

How and where to vote: If you live in the City of Eau Claire, you are in one of 58 Wards with polling places in neighborhoods around the City. Elsewhere in Eau Claire County, each city, village or township has its own polling place. My Vote Wisconsin has an online search function where you can enter your address to find your polling place. On election day, all polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Early Voting: You can vote in person before the election on any weekday between now and October 31. If you live in the City of Eau Claire, stop at the Election Office in City Hall, 203 S. Farwell St., between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. If you live outside the City but in Eau Claire County, contact your town clerk for information on where early voting will take place.

Voter Registration: Wisconsin allows same-day voter registration at your polling place. A photo ID is not required but you will need proof of address. For specifics, click this link and scroll down to Forms for Voters for a list of acceptable items of proof.

Please feel free to contact me if I can be of assistance with any election information.

Mike Conlin