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Voting: and election information

Voting at MATC

Early Voting at MATC for City of Milwaukee Residents

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MATC’s Downtown Milwaukee Campus is an early voting site for the November election. Only voters who live in the City of Milwaukee are eligible to vote at the site. The college is offering this service first and foremost for MATC students and is also open to employees and community members who are city residents.

Now through Saturday, October 24 and Monday, October 26 – Saturday, October 31 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Downtown Milwaukee Campus, T Building, 1101 North Sixth Street

Voters must wear a mask that covers their nose and mouth and use the entrance on Sixth Street immediately north of the new Al Hurvis/PEAK Transportation Center.

The Milwaukee Bucks are providing free parking to voters at the Highland structure located at N. 6th Street and W. Highland Avenue. On your way out, just show your sticker or let the attendant know you were voting!

 

And Souls to the Polls is offering free Uber and Lyft rides to voting locations >>

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An informed public is critical to democracy. But how do we become accurately informed? We are bombarded with political information on the Internet, on the news, and on commercials. Active participation is required to separate fact from fiction and find out where people really stand.

Voting - Getting Started

Fact Checking

You know we can't believe everything we read or see on TV. These nonpartisan fact checking websites will help you sift through political claims to determine how reliable they are.

About Candidates and Issues

Here websites which are useful for finding information on candidates and issues in most national and State elections.