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Voter registration training in Eau Claire - June 12th

A free voter registration training will be offered June 12, 2024, by the League of Women Voters-Greater Chippewa Valley (LWV-GCV). The training will be held from 10:30 am-12 pm in the Carnegie Room #104 of LE Phillips Memorial Public Library, 400 Eau Claire St, Eau Claire.


The information is geared for people who want to learn about voting in Wisconsin, so they may help guide others through the voter registration process. The session will also provide a good refresher training to people who are returning to voter registration volunteering after a few years away.


The goal of the training is for participants to feel comfortably knowledgeable in helping others register to vote and to know how to access expert resources.


Topics include:

  • registration methods (by mail, in person, or on-line through

  • registration deadlines

  • eligibility requirements

  • required documents


In addition, participants will learn how to direct voters to the following practical information on

  • their municipal clerk or their polling place

  • the next election dates 

  • what’s on the ballot

  • their voting activity history

  • how to request an absentee ballot


Recent changes to the Wisconsin voting process will be covered, as needed.


This free training is open to LWV-GCV members and to the public.


Registration is required and can be completed on-line at the LWV-GCV website (; then click on the Calendar tab, and the event title on June 12). A confirmation and Zoom link will be sent after you register.


Attendance is limited to 24 people. If registration exceeds 24, the training will either be switched to a larger room or repeated on another day.


LWV-GCV is a local chapter of the League of Women Voters--a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization founded in 1920 that provides voter information and encourages voter registration.  


For more information or help in registering for this training, please contact Lori Miller, LWV-GCV member, at

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