123GiveLife.com

Are you pregnant? Need Help? At 123GiveLife.com you can find a pregnancy help center in Wisconsin near you. Just enter your zip code.

TeenBreaks.com

TeenBreaks.com gives you detailed information on pregnancy and abortion plus help in dealing with both. Girls who aborted tell their own stories about why they chose abortion, what the abortion was like, and how they feel now.

OptionLine.org

A project of Heartbeat International, is a state-of-the-art helpline that employs trained phone consultants who are available 24/7 to assist women in crisis and to directly connect them to local pregnancy help centers.To get help by phone: Call toll free, 1-877-877-9027 or, text the word "option" to 95495

NightingaleAlliance.org

Wisconsin Right to Life founded the Nightingale Alliance in 2002. This is the site for important, up-to-date information on physician-assisted suicide and euthanasia

National Right to Life Committee - NRLC.org

National Right to Life’s website provides resources and information on federal right-to-life issues and legislation, compiled by the most esteemed national pro-life organization.

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Wisconsin Elections and Voting

How do you register to vote?
For information on how to register to vote, click here.

How can you vote absentee? 
If you are unable to vote at your polling place on election day, you may request an absentee ballot. For information about absentee voting and to download an absentee ballot, click here. This link will help you find out where to vote.

When do elections take place in Wisconsin?

  • Spring elections
    The spring primary election is held the third Tuesday in February every year followed by the spring general election on the first Tuesday in April.
    The spring elections involve nonpartisan races and include the state superintendent of public instruction, judicial races, county board members, county executives and municipal and school district officers.

  • Fall elections
    The fall primary election is held on the second Tuesday of August in even-numbered years. It is followed by the general election on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November. The fall elections are partisan elections and include other county administrative officials, district attorneys, members of the state legislature, state constitutional officers and members of the U.S. Congress. Not all of these offices are filled at each election because their terms vary from two to six years.

  • Presidential elections
    In presidential election years, the presidential preference primary election is held on the spring primary in February and the vote for U. S. President occurs at the general election in November.