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Hotline available for absentee ballot infoSubmitted: 03/25/2020
Hotline available for absentee ballot info
Story By Newswatch 12 Team

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MADISON - The Democratic Party of Wisconsin announced a voter assistance hotline to field questions from voters of either party on how to vote by absentee ballot ahead of the April 7th elections.

Party Chair Ben Wikler said making sure that no one would "risk their health and wellbeing to make their voice count" is the hotline's purpose.

Voters can request an absentee ballot by mail until April 2nd. The online registration deadline was extended to March 30th after a lawsuit from Democrats.

The hotline phone number is 608-336-3232.

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