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Public Invited to Call (414) 935-1234 With Any Election Related Complaints
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm and Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen today announced the call center number for the Elections Task Force's Election Day Hotline.
A call center for the purposes of receiving election related complaints on election law matters from throughout Milwaukee County has been set up. To report problems or complaints concerning the election process on Tuesday, November 4 the public is invited to call the Election Day Hotline at (414) 935-1234.
Milwaukee county voters may report any complaints, problems or issues of concern relating to the elections held in Milwaukee County to the Election Day Hotline. The Hotline will be staffed by representatives of the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office, the Milwaukee Police Department, and the Wisconsin Department of Justice.
The Hotline number is: (414) 935-1234.
Beginning at 7:00 a.m. when the polls open and throughout Election Day, the Milwaukee county District Attorney's Office staff will answer calls placed to this number. If you are a Milwaukee County voter and you have a complaint about the election or if you wish to report a problem with the election process of any kind, you may call the Hotline and speak to a representative of the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office. Voter complaints will then be referred for investigation.
In addition, the Government Accountability Board has set up a Help Line at (608) 261-2028. Individuals may also want to contact the Milwaukee Elections Commission at (414) 286-3491. For questions concerning elections, including questions about where to cast your ballot, contact the Clerk's office in the municipality where the voter resides. In the City of Milwaukee, that number is (414) 286-VOTE.
For additional information on the call center, please contact Assistant District Attorney Bruce Landgraf at (414) 278-2178.