Press Releases, State News / May 20, 2021

Advisory: New Report Finds Wisconsin’s Limited DMV Access is a Persistent Barrier to the Ballot

MILWAUKEE — All Voting is Local, in partnership with the Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition and the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin, will host a telephone press briefing at 1 p.m. CT on Wednesday, May 26, 2021, to discuss findings from their latest report entitled “Getting There is Half the Battle: Wisconsin’s Photo ID Law, Access to DMV Services, and the Fight for Our Freedom to Vote.”

Press Releases, State News / December 1, 2020

Certification of Election Results is a Win for Wisconsin Voters

MILWAUKEE - All Voting is Local Wisconsin State Director, Shauntay Nelson, issued the following statement in response to Governor Evers’ certification of the November 3 presidential election results today:

“Despite the obstacles presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, Wisconsin voters came out in record numbers to make their voices heard. Yesterday’s certification of the election results, weeks after its conclusion, is affirmation that voters' voices were indeed heard. 

Media / November 2, 2020

ABC News: Coronavirus surging in every key swing state as voters head to polls

Shauntay Nelson, the state director of All Voting is Local, a progressive group working to get out the vote in Wisconsin, told ABC News that the coronavirus has motivated voters in the state even more.

"I've driven around to some of the early voting sites, and I've seen an energy and an excitement especially among Black and brown people," Nelson said.

Media / October 22, 2020

PublicSource: PA won’t see full results on election night. Experts urge trust in the process anyway.

Scott Seeborg, the Pennsylvania state director for voting advocacy organization All Voting is Local, agreed. “I think that Pennsylvania is on track to be able to have a count within, I would say, safely, seven days of the election,” he said.

Media / October 22, 2020

Wisconsin Voter ID Laws Cause ‘Needless And Discriminatory Barriers’ Says Voting Rights Advocate

Milwaukeeans are already lining up outside early voting locations to cast their ballot in this year’s election. Many have already voted by mail or absentee. No matter how Wisconsinites choose to make their voice heard this year, they’ll all have to show proof of who they are.

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