Election Central



On Tuesday, April 2, Wisconsin will be looking to voters to fill the highest appellate court seat in The Badger State. Brian Hagedorn and Lisa Neubauer are vying for this most critical position and it is up to you to be sure you know these candidates before you vote on election day.

To assist you, Wisconsin Family Council has created THIS Voter Information Publication (VIP) (see below) that compares these two WI Supreme Court candidates. Click HERE to view and download your free VIP. The publications are c3 friendly and suitable for churches to hand out to their congregations. Please be a friend and share this information either by forwarding this email or photocopying the VIP to hand out to those in your sphere of influence.



We urge you to share this one-minute video with your church family.

NEW! Access your FREE downloadable church bulletin insert “Honoring God” by clicking HERE.

Next election Spring General April 2, 2019

PARTY PLATFORMS: Have you ever taken time to compare party platforms before you vote? Click HERE to see the most recent party platform comparison to help you decide how to best vote your values. NOTE: 2016 is the most recent party platform for both parties. Party platforms are considered and revised every 4 years—at the party’s convention during presidential election year. The next platform opportunity will be 2020.

CLICK HERE to find out what’s on your ballot.


NEW! CLICK HERE to access your Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Voter Information Publication. Compare the candidates before you cast your vote on Election Day.


CLICK HERE to learn where to vote.

CLICK HERE to learn what acceptable forms of identification are for voting. VOTER ID IS REQUIRED.

EARLY IN-PERSON VOTING: According to Wisconsin’s Government Accountability Board, each city, village and town in Wisconsin is responsible for setting the dates and hours of in-person absentee voting for their municipality.  To find the dates and hours for in-person absentee voting where you live, contact your municipal clerk. Last day 

ABSENTEE VOTING: All voters in Wisconsin can request an absentee ballot be mailed to them for any reason.  Voters must be registered before they can request an absentee ballot.   Voters may request their absentee ballot in writing.  To request an absentee ballot, CLICK HERE.  You must provide a photo ID with your absentee ballot request.

Protect Your Freedom and Your Voice

  1. Learn how to be prepared for the next election
  2. Learn how to help others prepare

You Can Make A Difference

  • Join our staff in preparing materials
  • Donate to help underwrite materials we offer
  • Pray!

Important Messages

Last Call for Election 2018

2018 | Week of October 29 | #1279 Election 2018 will be history very soon. All the TV and radio ads, all the campaign literature, all the phone calls and all the door knocking will be done. And after 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 6, our opportunity to have a positive impact on this election […]

Posted in Election CTA, Wisconsin Family Connection Transcript | Comments Off on Last Call for Election 2018

Honoring God in Election 2018

2018 | Week of October 22 | #1278 Are you prepared to honor God in the November 6 election? Maybe you’ve never thought about an election from that perspective. If not, perhaps this commentary will challenge you to do so as you ponder your opportunity to vote in the fast-approaching midterm elections.

Posted in Election CTA, Wisconsin Family Connection Transcript | Comments Off on Honoring God in Election 2018

Election 2018: What’s at Stake?

2018 | Week of October 15 | #1277 With the midterm election now just three weeks away, it’s time to think about what’s at stake. In my opinion, the liberal progressive elected officials in our state legislature made it pretty clear what’s at stake when the legislative session closed early this past spring. Shortly after […]

Posted in Election CTA, Wisconsin Family Connection Transcript | Comments Off on Election 2018: What’s at Stake?

Consequences, Very Real Consequences

2018 | Week of October 8 | #1276 Frequently I’m asked, “How do bad laws get passed seemingly so easily, even in places where one wouldn’t necessarily think that would happen?”  My answer to this question is the theme for this commentary:  elections have consequences, very real consequences. We are now a month from a […]

Posted in Election CTA, Wisconsin Family Connection Transcript | Comments Off on Consequences, Very Real Consequences

Honoring God With Your Vote

Posted in Election CTA, News, Video Release | Comments Off on Honoring God With Your Vote

Why Vote?

Posted in Election Central, Election CTA, News | Comments Off on Why Vote?

Visit Us On FacebookVisit Us On TwitterCheck Our Feed