WFAF Offers Grassroots Training!

Learn the laws, rules, roles, and responsibilities of Election Workers and Campaign Volunteers in Wisconsin polling locations

The right to vote is fundamental to our representative republic. Elections must be fair and free. It should be “Easy to Vote, Hard to Cheat”.

Wisconsin for Fair Elections is a coalition of organizations in the state of Wisconsin that are working to ensure the November 2021 elections are fair and free. They hosted an Election Integrity Summit on August 20 and 21. This free, on-demand training features two presentations on Wisconsin election laws. While the information is state-specific, the ideas taught are foundational for any Election Worker or Poll Watcher for any election anywhere.

Investigative Canvassing Boot Camp

Canvassing efforts are intended to establish THE TRUTH about elections, to support either appropriate lawsuits or legislative changes to our Wisconsin election law (e.g., voter ID, paper ballots only, hand-counting by precinct, absentee with valid excuse, election holiday).

WFAF conducts active public relations campaign using revelations from data collected. The data collection standards are rigorous and designed to stand up in a court of law.

WFAF uses publicly available data to analyze trends and identify areas by precinct or county that indicate a high probability of fraud.

WFAF uses the results of the canvass to provide data to legislators, clean voter rolls, and advocate to change exisiting election laws through lobbying and a public relations campaign.

Training will include:

Grassroots Activism Training

WFAF Training Seminar will consist of material developed by the Leadership Institute (LI) and the Republican Party of Wisconsin (RPW). The session is casual and will included a time of getting to know other attendees.

Attendees will learn the basic of election integrity, conservative grassroots activism and election day operations including Get Out The Vote (GOTV). [email protected]

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