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"These record numbers show that voters vote when given the opportunity to vote," said One Wisconsin Institute executive director Scot Ross.
The Election and Voter Protection efforts would not have had the tremendous success without the participation, coordination and strategic planning of the Institute.
The Institute’s ‘Protect Wisconsin’s Vote Education Summit’ was a great opportunity to learn what other organizations are doing to protect voting rights and reform election administration in Wisconsin.
Not only did the Institute provide crucial information and strategic planning on Election and Voter Protection to our partners, but they successfully coordinated our message and our efforts and acted effectively when it was needed most.
The Institute has been a great partner, and continuing their work is critical for the non-profit community.
We’ve been able to save considerable resources relying on the Institute for communications advice when we need it — instead of paying out-of-state-consultants.