Thousands of Wisconsinites, who by no fault of their own won't receive their ballots until after Election Day, won't have their votes counted unless they risk their own health and the health of those around them to go to the polls.
In her dissent, Ruth Bader Ginsberg issued a dire warning about what this means for voters in Wisconsin and for our democracy as a whole.
Angry? Good. Here are a few things you can do.

First, if you live in WI, make sure that your ballot is postmarked by tomorrow or dropped off at your clerk's office no later than 8PM. If you haven't received one yet, follow this advice from @benwikler.
But our work doesn't stop there. In tandem with federal legislation, we urge state and local officials to expand and implement vote-by-mail initiatives. State legislatures, governors, secretaries of states, and county officials all have important roles to be played in 3 ways:
Voting: The fed response has failed to provide the amount of $ needed to secure our elections. But states have the power to expand vote by mail or absentee voting.

STEP FOUR: See if your state can do more here.
Personal protective equipment: It’s the responsibility of your state gov to make sure that poll workers have what they need to safely do their jobs.

STEP SIX: Demand that they provide enough sanitization supplies and equipment to poll workers at in-person voting locations.
Folks, we know that right now feels overwhelming -- trust us, we're dealing with illness and loss on our team, so we get it. But this fight is critical for our democracy and we need all hands on deck.
Over the next few weeks, there will be lots of ways to take action and plug in. If you're with us and ready to fight on this, please take a moment to tell us you're all in at , and we'll keep you updated on developments and ways to take action.
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