Resources to Engage, Educate, Register, and Mobilize Voters
- When and how to vote
- ID requirements
- Candidate and ballot information
- Toolkits for engaging voters
- Tips for staying nonpartisan
Print and share with your community partners to ensure everyone can vote this fall.
Advocacy Toolkit - Election 2016 National Council on Aging - This toolkit includes questions to ask candidates about long-term care, Medicare, Social Secutiry and other senior issues and tips on engaging elected officials.
Aging Advocacy Day 2016
The Wisconsin Aging Advocacy Network (WAAN) held an Aging Advocacy Day at the state Capitol Wednesday, May 18, 2016. For information on WAAN’s priority public policy issues impacting the health and well-being of older adults, read WAAN’s latest issue briefs.
Check back as additional issue papers addressing both state and federal issues will be added in the near future.
Wisconsin Voter Photo ID: What Seniors Need to Know
These are concise, simple, two-sided information sheets about what Wisconsin senior voters need to know in order to cast a ballot this year with the 2011 Voter Photo ID law in effect for all 2016 elections. Please feel free to use and share this information!
Connecting Veterans to Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRCs)
The linked video and brochure are part of a toolkit created to provide information to veterans about ADRCs. The intent is to help connect veterans and their caregivers to ADRCs and the resources that may be available to them. Find out more about the toolkit.