Students cast their votes for the Nov. 3 presidential election during the first day of in-person absentee voting on Tuesday, at three outdoor tents set up on campus.
In-person absentee voting is taking place on campus from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily through Oct. 30. Tents are set up at Union South, Memorial Union and East Campus Mall outside the Student Activity Center.
Staff from the Madison City Clerk’s office helped students register to vote in a series of events on campus in the past few weeks. All…
Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day. You can register to vote now by going online or mailing in a registration form.
Early in-person absentee voting started in four large outdoor tents on campus this week for the Aug. 11 partisan primary, with poll workers wearing personal protective equipment and taking other safety measures.
New data shows that Wisconsinites traveled more during Tuesday’s election than they did on the days leading up to the statewide vote, according to University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers who are tracking the mobility of Americans increasingly urged to stay still.
The Associated Students of Madison’s “Voterpalooza” will offer students help registering to vote from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Friday, March 6, at booths at Union South, Library Mall, and East Campus Mall. The presidential primary is April 7.
UW students get registered to vote and cast early absentee ballots in the 2016 presidential election at the Student Activities Center.
"These results show that we as students were excited to vote in 2018," said Laura Downer, chair of the Associated Students of Madison. "We want to have a say in the future of our country, and we know how crucial voting is to amplifying our voice."
In-person absentee voting for the Feb. 19 spring primary election starts next week at three sites on campus. Offices on the ballot include Madison mayor,…
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.
An art project designed to encourage people to vote uses a new tactic: “yarn bomb cozies” on light poles on Bascom Hill.
UW-Madison this 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.
For many Americans, politics is one of few topics we refuse to discuss. Julie Winokur is trying to change that.
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.