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On Tuesday, April 7, every Wisconsin ballot will have a referendum that would amend our state constitution related to the rights of victims of crime, commonly referred to as Marsy’s Law. According to the web site for Marsy’s Law for All, the law is named for Marsalee (Marsy) Nicholas, a “beautiful, vibrant University of California Santa Barbara student, who was stalked and killed by her ex-boyfriend in 1983.” Below are some links to...

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SC_2020_PrimaryInformationPub_print.USE A statewide primary race for the highest appellate court in the state of Wisconsin will be held on Tuesday, February 18. The three candidates vying for two positions on the primary ballot are Dan Kelly, Jill Karofsky and Ed Fallone. Wisconsin Family Council has prepared a Voter Information Publication that compares the three candidates so you may simply compare them and make your decision before...

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We like to call this our D.A.R.E. page simply because it provides: Democrat And Republican Education Before you go to the polls on Tuesday, November 8, or if you are voting early/absentee voting, it’s important to know what the party platforms are so you can see how they align with your core values. Q. What is a “political platform?” A.  A political platform is a formal set of principal goals which are supported by a political party...

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Too often, people assume that the church can play no role in the upcoming elections. But the reality is, there is a lot your church can do to encourage and equip members to be informed voters. For example, churches can share issues-based voter guides that are 501(c)(3) compliant, help members register, and even encourage members to vote, right from the pulpit. 3 Ways to Share this Resource with Your Church 1) Include information in...

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Last month due to a lawsuit filed by one of Wisconsin’s most liberal organizations, One Wisconsin Now, the state’s rules for early in-person voting changed. The lawsuit alleges the law providing for a 10 day early-in person voting window is discriminatory against minorities, especially those in Milwaukee. The 7th Circuit Court of Appeals agreed, ordering that all 1,855 Wisconsin municipal clerks could decide for themselves when early...

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“Wisconsin election officials have approved placing five candidates on the state’s presidential ballot besides Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump. The state Elections Commission voted unanimously Tuesday to place the Constitution Party’s Darrell Castle, Libertarian Gary Johnson, the Wisconsin Green Party’s Jill Stein, Monica Moorehead of the Workers World Party and Rocky Roque De La Fuente of...

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Wisconsin’s spring non-partisan elections are quickly approaching. Candidates for school boards, county boards, city councils, mayors, town and village boards, judges, and Wisconsin Supreme Court have until 5 p.m. on Tuesday, January 5, to register to run for these offices.  Any primaries would be held on Tuesday, February 16. The general election, along with Wisconsin’s presidential preference primary is Tuesday, April 5. WFA...

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      Your Spring Election Voter Guide is ready and available NOW!   Vote with confidence! Compare Supreme Court Justice candidates Educate yourself on the statewide referendum Be an informed and responsible Wisconsin voter Click here for your Wisconsin 2015 Spring Election Voter Guide. Click here to find your polling place, a sample of your ballot, and...

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