Early voting in Wisconsin starts October 20th 
With early voting starting in Wisconsin on October 20th, Kamala Harris is urging Wisconsinites to make a plan to vote. In a new video message, Senator Harris highlights the ease and convenience of voting early this year, and encourages people across the Badger state to tell family and at least five friends to make a plan to vote, too.

“We have been waiting for this moment for nearly four years — the chance to vote for a new president and bring a brighter future for our country,” said Senator Harris in the new video. “You have a few easy and convenient ways to vote early and make sure your voice is heard. Wisconsin, with your help, we are going to elect Joe Biden and build our country back better.”

Voters in Wisconsin can visit iwillvote.com/WI or call the hotline at (608) 336-3232 to check their registration status and learn more about voting by mail, early, or in-person on November 3rd.

Today’s message follows Senator Harris’s visit to Milwaukee in September, when she spoke to supporters about the importance of voting early.

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