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New Republican Effort Encourages Wisconsin Conservative Voters to Vote Before Election Day

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Voters can check out BankYourVote.com for more information.

Wisconsin is the first state in a Republican National Committee effort called “Bank Your Vote,” which encourages voters to vote before Election Day.

The effort was announced July 23 by Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel, who also unveiled the state leadership team.

“The road to winning back the White House and the U.S. Senate begins here in Wisconsin. Encouraging Wisconsin conservatives to ‘Bank Your Vote’ early will ensure Republican candidates reach more voters than ever before,” said state GOP Chairman Brian Schimming. “As Chair, I have made it a top priority to get Wisconsin Republicans to use every tool in the toolbox, especially early voting; a crucial effort that will also strengthen our ground game and help Republican candidates reach more low propensity and swing voters.”

“The road to winning back the White House and the U.S. Senate begins here in Wisconsin. Encouraging Wisconsin conservatives to ‘Bank Your Vote’ early will ensure Republican candidates reach more voters than ever before,” said U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson.

“Ahead of 2024, the Bank Your Vote operation is leveraging the full infrastructure of the RNC, the Republican Party of Wisconsin, and our historic investments in our data driven ground game to encourage, educate, and activate Republican voters on when, where, and how to lock in their votes as early as possible,” a press release stated.

“In addition to staff and our statewide volunteer network, Wisconsin will have a state-specific voter resource page on BankYourVote.com, which will include pre-Election Day voting processes, links to state government sites where voters can request their ballot directly, and digital reminders for voters on all applicable pre-Election Day voting options,” the release stated.

“To beat Joe Biden and Democrats like Tammy Baldwin in 2024, we must ensure that Republicans bank as many pre-Election Day votes as possible in Wisconsin. The RNC is proud to work with Republican leaders across the state to encourage voters to Bank Your Vote and deliver Republican victories up and down the ballot next November,” RNC Chairman Ronna McDaniel said.

“Building on our absentee return rate, early in-person voting, and ballot harvesting success in 2022, Republicans must now improve on our overall number of pre-Election Day voters to ultimately secure victory in 2024,” the release said.

“A crucial part of getting Republican voters to become pre-Election Day voters will be ensuring voter confidence in elections through our continued Protect Your Vote efforts. In 2022, we had over 5,000 Poll Worker shifts and more than 1,300 Election Observer shifts across Wisconsin to Protect Your Vote.”

The Bank Your Vote Wisconsin Leadership Team is comprised of:

Federal Officials

U.S. Senator Ron Johnson​
Congressman Bryan Steil
Congressman Derrick Van Orden
Congressman Scott Fitzgerald
Congressman Glenn Grothman
Congressman Tom Tiffany
Congressman Mike Gallagher

RNC Members

Chairman Brian Schimming​
Committeeman Tom Schreibel
Committeewoman Maripat Krueger

Grassroots

Republican Party of Wisconsin Third Congressional District Vice-Chair Hannah Testin

Election Integrity

Fond du Lac County District Attorney Eric Toney

“We need to take America back and we can only do that by beating the Democrats at their own game,” Congressman Derrick Van Orden said. “I’m proud to join the RNC’s leadership team in the Badger State to encourage and educate voters on the importance of voting early and the need to widen the net statewide. Wisconsin will make the difference in 2024 and if we want to make sure Joe Biden is a one term president, flip the senate, and expand our majorities in the house, then Wisconsinites must ‘Bank Your Vote.’”

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