Senator Kathleen Vinehout Statement on the Actions of the Senate:

Linda Kleinschmidt
Chief of Staff
Office of State Senator Kathleen Vinehout
22 South State Capitol - PO Box 7882
Madison, WI  53707-7882
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Senator Kathleen Vinehout Statement on the Actions of the Senate:
“Senate Bill 324 makes absentee voting difficult for both urban and rural people.”
“Many of my constituents and I vote on the weekend or in the evening at our town clerk's kitchen table. Senate Bill 324 makes illegal this practice of setting up an appointment with a town clerk to absentee vote on the weekend or evening.”
“Many people who live in rural areas commute to larger cities for work every day. Many others drive trucks or cover large sales territories and simply cannot be home during the limited voting hours. Still others work several jobs – all of them located away from home.”
“Urban areas will be required to cut back the hours for early voting – including the city of Eau Claire.”
“Wisconsin has a long tradition of making sure people can exercise their fundamental right to vote.  Across this state, people in both urban and rural areas will rightly be angry when they learn early voting will become more difficult.”
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Unofficial Sand Mine Testimony

Mon, 03/10/2014 - 5:00pm - 7:00pm

Opportunity to Offer Unofficial Testimony on Sand Mining,

Senate Bill 632 and Assembly Bill 816

You can email your statements to sandminestatementsatgmail [dot] com  so they can readily be mailed to legislators as a packet or group!

Who:               All concerned citizens who wish to have their opinion heard on the sand mining issues in Wisconsin, including Wisconsin Senate bill 632 and Assembly bill 816

Monday, March 10, from 5:00-7:00 p.m.

Where:            Room 201, Chippewa Valley Technical College Business Education Center

                        620 W. Clairemont Avenue, Eau Claire, WI 54701

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