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the Campaign to Protect the Right to Vote and Expand Access to the Polls in Wisconsin

According to an amicus brief filed by One Wisconsin Institute, 257,000 voting-age Wisconsinites don’t have a car in their household. Moreover, only thirty-three of Wisconsin’s ninety-two DMVs are open full-time during business hours.
The Nation
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now, Mayor Tom Barrett, elected officials and community activists gathered at City Hall Thursday to urge Gov. Scott Walker to veto a bill that would limit early...
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Protect my right to vote. Stop the fraud. Veto Senate Bill 324!
One Wisconsin Institute

The proposed calendar of bills up for debate is rife with measures to reduce voters’ access to the franchise while increasing legislators’ access to special interest money.
One Wisconsin Institute
An omnibus bill from Rep. Jeff Stone on the legislative fast-track would make a host of anti-voter changes to state election law according to voter rights advocates.
One Wisconsin Institute
Voting is not only our right; it is our duty. It is how we have a say in the direction of our community, our state and our country. Voting is the one time everyone is equal. Young or old, rich or poor, on Election Day everyone gets the same say.
One Wisconsin Institute

The Wisconsin Court of Appeals has accepted an Amicus brief filed by One Wisconsin Institute opposing the implementation of a state voter ID law.
One Wisconsin Institute
One Wisconsin Institute is today filing an amicus brief in support of the NAACP-Voces de la Frontera lawsuit against the state's voter identification law.
One Wisconsin Institute
How can making it more difficult for Wisconsin residents to exercise their right to vote in the leading democracy in the world be justified?
Scot Ross

These billboards were an assault on the voters and the people of Wisconsin deserve to know who paid to attack the sacred right to vote in such an unseemly manner.
One Wisconsin Institute
One Wisconsin Institute joined community leaders and organizations in Milwaukee for a press conference about the dozens of voter suppression billboards, targeting communities of color.
One Wisconsin Institute
“I think that these billboards are designed to suppress the vote. That is their intention,” says Scot Ross, executive director of One Wisconsin Institute.

Voting is both our right and our civic responsibility. It is how we shape the future of our communities and hold our elected representatives accountable.
Scot Ross
Wisconsin is the only state to formally allow electronic copies of documents to be used to prove residency for voter registration.
One Wisconsin Institute
The Institute is urging GAB to update and evaluate their interpretation of Wisconsin law to allow legal voters to use electronic billing statements.
One Wisconsin Institute

Laws which promote voter participation, such as no-excuse absentee balloting and Election Day registration must remain in place.
One Wisconsin Institute
Voter rights and expanding access to the polls are the main topics of the One Wisconsin Institutes second annual Protect Wisconsins Vote Education Summit.
Robert Doeckel
One Wisconsin Institute is hosting the first Protect Wisconsin’s Vote Education Summit, an educational forum including a panel discussion and short film screenings.
Cory Liebmann

On Thursday evening the One Wisconsin Institute is hosting the Protect Wisconsin’€™s Vote Education Summit in Milwaukee.
Cory Liebmann