Shawano Dems Update 10/29/2020

To those of you new our email list and those of you who aren’t used to getting more frequent emails than would normally occur, remember that it is an important time to be informed.  The next few months are quite  unpredictable.  It may be necessary to  stand up to do what we can to protect our democracy.   Please stick with us as navigate what lies ahead. 

SIGN FLURRY

We have lots of free Biden signs left.  Show your support in the last few days by picking up several signs to fill up your yard.  We also have cardstock signs for those without a yard.  

On Wednesday, November 4th we will be collecting your yard sign wires at the office.  Please throw away the sign but leave the wires outside our office before 6:00 pm.  If you can’t make it by 6, please store your wires until the next election.

All larger signs that we placed in your yard will be picked up sometime next week.

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Shawano County Democrat News Update

OCTOBER 21st MEETING

Our speaker will be Matt Rothschild, Executive Director of the Wisconsin Democracy Campaign.  His topic will be “How to Talk to Our Fellow Citizens.”  He will speak about the political race as he sees it, voter suppression and the need to root our racism.

The 7:00 pm meeting is on Zoom.  Use this link to join: https://zoom.us/j/6228488386

If you haven’t used it before, go to http://www.zoom.com to register. The link will be sent out again on Wednesday.

WAYS TO VOTE

Early voting starts on Tuesday, October 20th and ends Friday October 30th.  If you have requested an absentee ballot, you can mail it in or you can take it to your municipal clerk until 8:00 pm on November 3rd. The City of Shawano and the Town of Wescott have the only drop boxes which accept ballots in Shawano County.

CITY OF SHAWANO EARLY VOTING ADDRESS
127 South Sawyer St.
CITY OF SHAWANO, WI

Click for DIRECTIONS

SCHEDULE
10/20-10/30 M, T, W, Th, F from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM

SCHEDULE EXCEPTIONS
Extended hours: Sat. Oct. 24, 9 am – noon

Shawano Dems News

POLL WORKERS NEEDED

The Shawano County townships of Maple Grove, Almon and Herman are in need of poll workers for the Nov. 3 election.  If you live in one of these townships and are available to help, please contact your township clerk.  You can use Google for their contact information.

CIRCULATED LETTER

A fanatic Trump supporter has been putting an 8 page letter in mailboxes of households who have 4×4 Biden signs.  If you have received such a letter, call the Post Office at 715-524-3764 to report it.

OFFICE HOURS AND SUPPLIES

New office hours are Monday through Saturday 10 am to 5 pm.
We have 6′ and 8′ banners, 3×5 flags and a Biden ball cap.  We still have yard signs for all candidates (more Biden coming Saturday afternoon).

We have one 4×4 Biden sign.  Let us know if you have a good location.

DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF SHAWANO COUNTY

Sarnwick/Stuck Event

Richard Sarnwick and Amanda Stuck invite you to an event.

Friday, September 18th

4:30-7:00 pm

Franklin Park, Shawano, WI

Come for some conversation and a sundae cone.

Extended Office Hours

  • Tuesday 10 – 5
  • Wednesday 10 – 5
  • Thursday 10 – 8
  • Friday 10 – 5
  • Saturday 10 – 5

NEW SIGNS

We now have signs for the following:

  • Biden /Harris
  • Amanda Stuck
  • Richard Sarnwick
  • Ed Vocke
  • Aaron Damrau
  • “We Support the Post Office”
  • “Veterans for Biden” (new)

The office is located across from Perkin’s driveway.  Look for the flags.

VOTE EARLY!

Register to Vote! Request Absentee Ballot! Update your Mailing Address!

Absentee Voters:  Return your ballot by Mid-October. Two Signatures are Needed: #1 Yours #2 a Witness

Go ONLINE to: https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/. Complete your entire request.

CALL your TOWN CLERKS now! They are ready to help you VOTE SAFELY and EASILY. Ask about polling hours.

Menominee County Clerk: Laurie Pecore – 715-799-3311, 715-799-3308

Shawano County Area Clerks:

  • City of Shawano – Lesley Nemetz – 715-526-6138, 715-526-6154
  • Village of Aniwa – Mary O’Neill – 715-218-2364
  • Village of Birnamwood – Lauri Klumpyan – 715-449-2001
  • Village of Bonduel – Michelle Maroszek – 715-758-2402
  • Village of Bowler – Kerry Breitrick – 715-793-4910, 715-793-4713
  • Village of Cecil – Teri Westerfeld  – 715-745-4428·
  • Village of Eland – Marnie Osterbrink – 715-253-2968
  • Village of Gresham – Judy Kristof – 715-787-3991, 715-851-0222
  • Village of Mattoon – Angie Copas – 715-489-3107
  • Village of Tigerton – Trisha Hoffman – 715-535-2262
  • Village of Wittenberg – Traci Matsche – 715-253-6063
  • Almon – Heather Matsche – 715-571-2561
  • Angelica – Connie Przybylski – 920-822-8191
  • Aniwa – Tammy Resch – 715-449-2351, 715-449-3116
  • Bartelme – Beth Grosskopf – 715-793-4491
  • Belle Plaine – Kristine R Vomastic – 715-524-2690, 715-460-3053
  • Birnamwood – Dennis L Knaak – 715-449-3212
  • Fairbanks – Jennifer Dzioda – 715-881-1751
  • Germania – Kathryn Breaker – 715-535-2970
  • Grant – Sarah Knaup – 715-851-1414
  • Green Valley – Janalee Jenerou – 715-745-2699
  • Hartland – Sharon Riehl – 920-619-7696
  • Herman – Lori Y Schmidt – 715-853-6853
  • Hutchins – Janice Fischer – 715-489-3403
  • Lessor – Katie Sprangers – 920-833-1377
  • Maple Grove – Kathy Luebke – 920-822-5414
  • Morris – Vicki Kennedy – 715-326-1602
  • Navarino – Judy Krull – 920-525-2597
  • Pella – Karen Habeck – 715-823-6259
  • Red Springs – Gwen Olsen – 715-787-3356
  • Richmond – Richard Stadelman – 715-526-6527, 715-526-6477
  • Seneca – Raymond Rigsby – 715-851-2251
  • Washington – Kara Skarlupka – 715-526-9150
  • Waukechon – Christine Prey – 715-853-1303
  • Wescott – Angela Vreeke -715-526-9755, 715-526-9853
  • Wittenberg – Linda Fletcher-715-253-3222, 715-253-3634

Voter Information brought to you by: Shawano Area Women’s Network

DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF SHAWANO COUNTY

We have yard signs for Joe Biden, Amanda Stuck, Richard Sarnwick (6th Assembly District), Ed Vocke (12th State Senate) and Aaron Damrau (Independent candidate for District Attorney). We are open if you see the “Democratic Party of Shawano County” sign outside the office.

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