Everything you need to know about voting
Check out My Vote Wisconsin to stay up to date with important voting information and to learn more about how to:
- Register to vote
- Find your local polling place
- Update your information
Disability Voter Information
Check out Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition to stay up to date with important voting information.
“National Disability Voter Registration Week (NDVRW) is scheduled for July 13-17, 2020. Voters with disabilities are under-represented at the ballot box. Let’s work together to change that and REV Up the disability vote, and get more people with disabilities registered…“ click to view the full article on WI Disability Vote Coalition’s website.
Low or No Cost Transportation Options for Voting
Below is information on low or no-cost transportation options for Brown County residents who are older or have a disability and need transportation assistance for voting purposes. Transportation is available to get to the polls on the day of the election, early absentee voting, registering, or obtaining an ID to register.
Coalition of Voting Organizations (COVO) of Brown County WI
COVO is a local, nonpartisan volunteer organization in Brown County, Wisconsin. COVO assists voters with registration and information about upcoming elections and provides FREE RIDES during early voting hours. Call 445-8671 to schedule your ride, at least one day ahead of time. For more information visit: www.facebook.com/COVOBCWI/ .
Curative Connections Transportation
Older adults and adults with disabilities outside of the transit service area who need a ride in order to vote can request that the fee be waived for that purpose. Please call early as possible to allow planning for service. Call 920-227-4273 to schedule your ride.
Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW)
Help is available for voters with disabilities. The Disability Rights Wisconsin Voter Hotline can help with voting questions or assist voters to report a concern. The DRW Hotline will also share with voters any information they have received about transportation, when available. Contact the DRW Hotline at 844-DIS-VOTE/ 844-8683 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Bay Transit
Is making fixed-route buses and Paratransit FREE to one of the voting locations within the service area on November 3rd, 2020. Those residing in the City of Green Bay can participate in early in-person absentee voting, which is being offered at City Hall on several days, including some Saturdays when the bus is free to everyone. Call 920-448-3450 or visit https://greenbaywi.gov/231/Metro-Transit for more information.
Offering customers a $1 Rentals of Wheelchair Accessible Vans on November 3rd, 2020, to provide customers in the wheelchair community the ability to vote in person if they so choose.
- Delivery requests must be made using the contact form or by phone
- Online reservations must be made 72 hours in advance. For last minute inquiries, please contact us by form, phone or email to check availability directly with a representative.
- If you do not see availability online, please reach out directly and MobilityWorks will do their best to accommodate your needs.
- Weekend special rates are available from Friday at 2 PM until Monday at 9 AM.
- Please contact us directly for rental requests exceeding 30 days.
- Driver must carry full coverage insurance (insurance will be verified ahead of time)
For more information on eligibility or to make a reservation please visit:
Republican Party of Brown County
Provides volunteer uber drivers who will provide transportation for voting purposes at no cost to the citizen. To schedule a ride, please contact 920-430-2005.
Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition
Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition is compiling information about transportation options for voters with disabilities and will be posting information as it becomes available. Check their website at https://disabilityvote.org/.
Resource information is provided courtesy of the Aging & Disability Resource Center of Brown County. It may be reproduced as long as the agency’s credit is retained and distribution is for noncommercial purposes only.
This information does not deny a person’s ability to use Green Bay Transit options, Brown County Voucher Program, Curative Connections or any unsubsidized service at the regular rate.
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