We work directly in our communities to promote voting. Here’s how…
Voter Registration. We travel around the Chippewa Valley to provide voter registration services in venues including farmers markets, college campuses, apartment complexes, senior housing, homeless shelters, and libraries. If you would like to request our voter registration services, please use this form.
Voter Assistance. If you or someone you know is experiencing difficulty during the voting process, we are here to help. If you have a question about the voting process, we are here to help. If you need someone to help you get a voter ID, we are here to help. If you would like to request our voter assistance services, please contact us via email or, for urgent situations, use our voter hotline.
Training. If you are interested in volunteering with Chippewa Valley Votes, we can help you get up to speed on what you need to know about voter registration and voter assistance. You can attend an upcoming group training or we can arrange a one-on-one meeting.
Education and outreach. If your group would like to learn more about voting laws and election rules in Wisconsin, we would be happy to talk with you. We can deliver a presentation to your group, provide you with literature, or simply your answer questions over the phone. Use this form to request a presentation or training session.
Advocacy. We believe all voters should have a voice. Where feasible, we will work to encourage laws and rules that expand ballot access, promote participation, and reduce unreasonable obstacles to voting.
Collaboration. Groups we have collaborated with include Barron County Votes, JONAH (Joining Our Neighbors Advancing Hope), League of Women Voters, NextGen, ACLU, Wisconsin Conservation Voices, Building Unity, and Uniting Bridges.