Early Voting in Wisconsin

Bringing out thousands

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by WDJT Assignment Desk
by Stephanie Brown

MILWAUKEE--Early voting in Wisconsin is being described as robust.

Election officials in Milwaukee alone say on the first day of early voting 2,300 voters turned out.

Neil Albrecht, Director of the City of Milwaukee Election Commission, says 2,000 people per day have shown up to vote early

Both the campaigns are encouraging their base to get out the vote.

Vice President Joe Biden was in Oshkosh Friday pushing that message.

Election officials are seeing more young and inspired voters.

Albrecht says many voters don't want to risk something happening on election day that might prevent them from voting.

Early voting will end November 2nd, the Friday before election day.

That's different from the previous Presidential Election when voters could cast their early ballots up until the Monday before.

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