In-person absentee voting for the April 2 spring election is March 25-28 at three sites on campus.
Almost 2,000 people voted in-person absentee at UW–Madison campus voting locations last week, Oct. 22-26. Early voting continues this week through Friday, Nov. 2.
UW-Madison is competing in the Big Ten Voting Challenge, a nonpartisan effort that aims to mobilize registration and turnout. Students are encouraged to register to vote at the National Registration Day on Tuesday, Sept. 25.
WisconsinEye will livestream a panel discussion on the 2016 presidential campaign featuring Washington Post political reporter David Weigel on Tuesday, Nov. 15. The panel discussion is sponsored by the La Follette School of Public Affairs and the Elections Research Center at UW–Madison.
As folks head to the polls today, it’s a good time to recognize some of the campus community’s contributions to Election 2016. As of Oct. 31,…
Students register to vote and cast ballots in the 2016 presidential election Monday at the Student Activities Center. For details on how to vote early, visit vote.wisc.edu.
UW's Jacquelyn Moss was part of a group of college students who came up with a list of questions they hope are asked in the first presidential debate on Tuesday, between candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.