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Alder Tag Evers

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Madison, WI 53703
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Tag: Voting

COVID-19 Update: Early and Absentee Voting

April 7th is the day of the important Spring Election and Presidential Primary. With the evolving concerns for public health and safety, I encourage all voters to learn more about your absentee and early voting options. Please plan ahead and take advantage of early and absentee voting where … [read more]

Polling Places for Spring Election -- Some have changed

Hi Everyone. The City of Madison has changed many polling locations for the April 7 election due to COVID-19. City of Madison voters are also able to use the polling place data map created by the City of Madison Planning Division. The map can be found at https://bit.ly/3dIjOTJ . All … [read more]

More COVID-19 Update: Spring Election

This from Marc G in Dudgeon-Monroe: Hi Tag, I suggest adding this bit about voting from https://www.cityofmadison.com/health-safety/coronavirus/service-updates Absentee Voting The Clerk’s Office must receive your ballot by April 7. Because we don’t have much time for ballots to … [read more]

COVID-19 Update: Absentee Extension

Hi Everyone. Unfortunately, a federal judge late yesterday declined to postpone the election but did make some changes. (This is important, so please share on neighborhood listservs.) The deadline to request an absentee has been given a 24-hour extension to today, Friday, April 3 at … [read more]

Correction -COVID-19 Update: Whew! Election Suspended

CORRECTION: The new date for in-person voting is June 9. _________________________________________________________________________________________ Hi Everyone. In case you haven't heard, Gov. Evers has suspended tomorrow's in-person voting until June 7. Not sure what took so long. … [read more]

Clerks Advised to Continue Prep for Tomorrow's Election

The communication below from the Wisconsin Election Commission to Clerks indicates that whether tomorrow's election takes place or not is still up in the air. It is possible that the State Supreme Court could overturn Gov. Evers' postponement order and/or that the State Legislature could take … [read more]

Final Voting Information - Election Day

Final Voting Information - Election Today Many of you are upset. I get it. So am I. Despite yesterday's rollercoaster news, the election will be held today. Please note that absentee ballots must now either be handed in at a polling place or postmarked by 8:00 pm today to be … [read more]

Congratulations to D13 resident Jill Karofsky

Our neighbor, Dane County Circuit Court Judge Jill Karofsky, has been officially elected to the Wisconsin Supreme Court. I'm proud to be Jill's alder and offer her my heartfelt congratulations. Many of you voted early. Those who instead voted in-person last Tuesday did so at considerable … [read more]

COVID-19 Update: More Masks Needed, Goodman Pool Opens, Absentee Voting

Hi Everyone, Yesterday, I dropped off 40 more masks for vulnerable residents at the Triangle and at Romnes. The mandatory mask order, which started on Monday, requires all residents using the commons areas at these facilities to wear masks. In addition, new residents moving in due to … [read more]

In-Person Absentee Voting Begins Tuesday

Hi Everyone, City of Madison voters may cast absentee ballots at drive-up voting locations beginning Tuesday, July 28. Absentee voting locations were established based on a Pandemic Voting Access Equity Analysis PDF conducted after the April Election. The Clerk's Office worked with Public … [read more]

Arboretum Dr. Petition, Return Those Ballots, August Moving Days

Hi Everyone, Arboretum Drive I keep hearing from you about Arboretum Dr. Here's a link to a petition to keep the road closed until we get past the pandemic. As it stands now, the road is scheduled to reopen tomorrow. Apparently, the UW promised the Town of Madison that the closure would … [read more]

District 13 In-Person Polling Places for August Primary

Hi Everyone, My guess is most of you voted by mail. In case you have not, here are our polling places for in-person voting next Tuesday: Ward 65 - Wingra School, 718 Gilmore St Ward 66 - St James Catholic School, 1204 Saint James Court Ward 67 - UW Welcome Center, 21 N Park Street Ward … [read more]

COVID-19 Precautions at the Polls

The City of Madison is taking precautions to make Tuesday’s Partisan Primary Election safe and accessible. Thanks to community partners stepping up to offer space for voting, the city will have twenty more polling locations than it had in April. The additional polling locations will minimize … [read more]

District 13 Updates

Bayview Essentials Drive a Big Success! A special thanks to all who participated in the Saturday's effort to donate much-needed items to meet the needs of Bayview residents. We get through difficult times by helping each other. Thanks to the organizers and thanks to all who … [read more]

Statement of Madison City Clerk Maribeth Witzel-Behl Regarding Democracy in the Park

Statement Issued by City Clerk's Office September 25, 2020: Democracy in the Park is an event created by, planned by, staffed by, and paid for by the City Clerk’s Office. This event will simply make it easier for residents who have received their requested absentee ballot to drop it off in … [read more]

District 13 Updates: Vote!, Snow Emergency Zone Expansion, Buy Local

Hi Everyone, I can't ignore the spectacle we were subjected to Tuesday night. The "debate" was a low-water mark in our democracy. Rather than dwelling on it to the point of despair, let's choose to double down on our own expressions of participatory democracy. Most importantly in my mind … [read more]

District 13 Updates: Polling Places, Badger Football, City Budget

Hi Everyone. I trust you were able to be outdoors this weekend, soaking up the nice weather, going for walks or finishing those last-minute projects. I saw a lot of folks raking leaves, including neighbors raking leaves out of the street. This makes a huge difference. Let's keep it … [read more]

District 13 Updates: Office Hours, COVID-19, Badger Football

Hi Everyone, Here are today's updates: Office Hours Here is the link to this Friday's office hours from 8AM – 10AM. Please stop by with your questions and concerns, to offer feedback, or just to introduce yourself. Tag Evers is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: D13 … [read more]

Absentee Voting Changed Due to Inclement Weather

Due to thunderstorms, in-person absentee voting will only be indoors today. The following locations will be open for in-person absentee voting: City Clerk's Office (8 a.m. - 7 p.m.) UW-Madison Memorial Union (11 a.m. - 6 p.m.) Hawthorne Library (12 - 6 p.m.) Pinney Library (12 - 6 … [read more]

Vote Early This Week at Edgewood

Just a brief reminder: Edgewood College is an early voting location all this week. If you haven't voted yet and are intending to vote in-person, you may vote at Wingra Commons in Predolin Hall this week, from 10AM to 2PM. Early voting locations are typically less-crowded with fewer people … [read more]

District 13 Updates: Make Your Vote Count, Vilas Park Drive

Hi Everyone, Just two items. Make Your Vote Count You've no doubt heard the US Supreme Court ruled that only ballots received by election day will be counted. If you were planning on mailing your ballot, I urge you to shift gears. At this point, if you really want to be 100% sure your … [read more]

Election Alert: Options for Voters with Absentee Ballots to Return

10.6% of Absentees Yet to be Returned Election officials are only able to count absentee ballots that are received by Election Day, per state law. Voters who have yet to return an absentee ballot to the Clerk’s Office have six options: Drop off your absentee ballot in one of the 14 … [read more]

Ten Things to Know for this Tuesday's Election

The City of Madison Clerk’s Office would like voters to know ten things for this Tuesday’s election: Some polling places have changed since the last Presidential Election. To verify your polling location, visit myvote.wi.gov . If you have a question or need help, ask a poll worker. We … [read more]

District 13 Updates

Free book on racial justice street art! "Last summer, after the death of George Floyd, artists in our community started painting murals along State Street that captured the moment, mood and emotion behind the Black Lives Matter movement. The boarded up store fronts were transformed into works … [read more]

Two Virtual Meetings This Week, MPD Focus Groups, Election Day

Hi Everyone, Here are this week's updates: Two Virtual Neighborhood Meetings This Week Wednesday, April 6: You are invited to the virtual neighborhood meeting to learn more about McGrath Property Group's proposed 12-story, 200 unit, mixed-use development project for 222-232 E. Olin … [read more]

Shared Use Paths, Master Recycler Course, Monona Terrace Celebration, and More

Hi Friends and Neighbors! Here are this week's updates: Speed Policy on Shared Use Paths The Transportation Policy and Planning Board will be having a discussion on the City's speed policy on Shared Use Paths. This discussion will address the conflicts between pedestrians and cyclists, … [read more]

Save The Date, Voting Information

Hi Everyone, Here are this week's updates: Save The Date -- Coffee with Mayor Satya Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway will be at Lakeside St. Coffee House, 402 W. Lakeside, on Tuesday, August 30 from 9am to 10:30am. This will be an excellent time to ask questions, share concerns and learn more … [read more]

TOD Overlay, Election Day, and more updates

Hi Everyone, Here are this week's updates: TOD Overlay For those interested in this topic, there will be a discussion at today's Plan Commission meeting on the proposed Transit-Oriented Development Overlay. The meeting starts at 5:30 pm and TOD is listed as agenda item #12.? You can … [read more]

Near West Watershed Study PIM, Virtual Session on the Budget, Check Your Polling Place

Greetings friends and neighbors, Here are this week's updates: Common Council The Common Council meets tomorrow, October 25, at 6:30 pm. We are continuing to meet in a hybrid format. There are two items in particular worth noting. The first, Legistar 73638, amends the Madison General … [read more]

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