UW-Madison next week is holding VoteFest, a series of events to encourage students to vote and show them how.
Eligible voters can cast their ballots this week for the Aug. 14 primary election at three different sites on campus: Union South, Memorial Union and the Student Activity Center.
It's not too early to vote in the Aug. 14 primary election. You can request an absentee ballot now using your current Madison address.
Phoenix Rice-Johnson views her blue-collar background as an asset, one she can draw upon in her scholarship and activism.
Election Day is Tuesday and UW–Madison has provided students with a variety of information and tools to help them succeed in voting.
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To demystify wards and ballots for Odyssey Project students and other community members, “A Celebration of Voting” will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. on Oct. 8 at the Urban League Community Room, 2222 S. Park St. The nonpartisan event will include information on where and how to vote, along with refreshments, guest speakers, door prizes, and activities for children.
UW-Madison political science professor Byron E. Shafer, who has attended political party conventions since 1980, expects some interesting developments at this year's events.
Election Day is less than a week away: Are you prepared? Make sure you’ve got the information and registration you need before Tuesday, Nov. 4.