Reminder: If you are worried about your absentee ballot getting through the mail in time--Appleton Absentee ballots can be dropped off at the first-floor finance department windows or in the night depository box on Appleton Street before Election Day. On Election Day, August 11, ballots must be returned to the polling locations.
We thank Linda Bjella, Karen Nelson, and Penny Bernard Schaber, all members of the League of Women Voters of Appleton, for their efforts advocating for non partisan redistricting and Fair Maps in Wisconsin.
In this video, they interview the mayor of Appleton, Wisconsin Jake Woodford
Scroll through this slideshow about gerrymandering in Wisconsin and why you should care!
Know Your Rights During COVID19
PowerPoint Slides from the Presentation
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