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Posted on: September 30, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Mayor Genrich and Former WI Attorney General Van Hollen to speak at Tele-Townhall

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Contact:             Amaad Rivera-Wagner

                            Community Liaison, Mayor Genrich’s Office



Mayor Genrich and Former WI Attorney General Van Hollen to speak at non-partisan Tele-Town Hall on Green Bay Poll worker Recruitment and Voting during a pandemic


Wisconsin Voices, All Voting is Local, VoteSafe, Coalition of Voting Organizations of Brown County, When We All Vote, League of Women Voters WI- Green Bay, COMSA- Green Bay, CASA Alba, Wisconsin Faith Leaders for Justice, League of Conservation Voters and A Better Wisconsin Institute along with the national initiative Power the Polls are co-sponsoring a tele-town hall which will focus on the recruitment of poll workers and voter education efforts in Green Bay, WI.


Who:    Mayor Eric Genrich

Former Attorney General JB Van Hollen (via pre-recorded video)

Shauntay Nelson (All Voting is Local 

Caleb Jeffreys (Green Bay Voter Navigator).

What:   Tele -Town Hall on Poll Worker Recruitment and Voting

When:  Thursday Oct 1st at 6:00PM

Where: RSVP here or there is also a link for live video streaming of the event: Simulcast here. NOTE: this will NOT be made active until the evening of the event.



Green Bay, like the rest of the country, is facing a record shortage of poll workers this year due to the coronavirus. Our democracy depends on ordinary people who make sure elections run smoothly and everyone's vote is counted. Poll workers make sure we have a safe, fair, efficient election for all.

The tele-town hall will be conducted via telephone and videocast.

The event will include a bilingual English/Spanish call-in option. A moderator will provide questions to the general audience that will involve them in question and answer. The Q & A will be formatted electronically (by dialing in through keypad responses) and will open up the forum at the end for a moderated Q & A.

The tele-town hall event will be focused on inviting any eligible elector in Brown County who is interested in becoming a poll worker. We are inviting 1st time poll workers, naturalized U.S. Citizens, bilingual language speakers, those in general good health, high school, and college-aged students. The tele-town hall partnered with local community groups who are interested in supporting poll worker recruitment in Green Bay and Brown County.

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