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Former Election Official, voting rights wonk. We need lifetime voter registration from birth & citizenship, without any abridgments and a weekend national voting holiday. Let's get the 30% who never vote back voting for Dems.

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Pregnant Mummy Discovered

Polish archeologists were expecting a male priest, but were shocked to find a woman. And a pregnant one.

Interesting read from the Guardian


Wisconsin purges 188,000 from voter lists

because, they didn't vote in 4 years.

Wisconsin lets those folks, and anyone, to register online.
You can register to vote and can also get a mail ballot at the same time.

You'll need;
1) Your WI Driver's License, a Wisconsin State Id number
Make sure your name matches whats on the ID, no nicknames. So for the 18 yrs old Agnes, whose been called Buffy since birth...you name is Agnes. Use your real legal name, or you will be rejected.

Check it out...

188,000 booted from voter list across Wisconsin

They didn't vote in the past 4 years.
They are sill eligible to vote, but will have to re-register, which they can do online at

TO REGISTER ONLINE: https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/RegisterToVote
You'll need your driver's license or State ID and a proof of residence; a bank statement, a utility bill...something with your name, current residence address and is not older than 90 days.

You can also setup Vote by Mail (Absentee/Mail) if you want to.

The website myvote.wi.gov is easy to follow and navigate. Your current voter status is shown, once you enter your name, residential address (No PO Boxes, business addresses-these are not residential addresses) and birthdate.

You can change where the ballot is mailed to you, like if you live in Arizona in the winter months, instead of your Wisconsin residential address. This is the only place a non-residential address can be used- where your absentee/mail ballot is mailed to.


Thank You WIsconsin for Earth Day

and our Sen. Gaykord Nelson for writining the federal law creating Earth Day.

Wisconsin's liberal heritage still stands proudly as a beacon in environmental progress.

.. and will long after the WisGOP is gone.

DOJ needs definitions of racial terms

Anyone can call anything by a name. Just pick any word for any meaning and yes, the court's will say that is free speech.
Buy when DOJ needs to file hate crimes; certain words need very specific definitions for the court to understand.

Let's define the words, set them into legal precedent and let the future use our interpretation of history.

"...while black, asian, native, hispanic' should never be part of any legal definition of an action.

"Three dead after police conduct 'cultural diversity' survey' in High Crime Neighborhoods"
is a headline I am not looking forward to anytime soon, or late.
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