Wisconsin Sending Postcards to Voters Who Haven’t  Cast Ballots in Four Years

Wisconsin Sending Postcards to Voters Who Haven’t Cast Ballots in Four Years

The state of Wisconsin is sending postcards to 114-thousand voters this week who have not cast ballots in the past four years.  Wisconsin Elections Administrator Meagan Wolfe says state law requires inactive voters to be removed from the statewide voter list if they do not request continuing their registration.  There have been 11 statewide elections and primaries since the November 2014 general election.  Voters who still live at the address on the postcard must sign where it says “Keep Me Registered to Vote” and return it to their municipal clerk by July 31st.  Voters who do not respond will be marked as “inactive” on voter rolls.  People with questions about voters registration can contact their local clerk.