Digital Protest of Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos

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Monday, April 13, 3:00-4:00pm, on Twitter and Facebook

Indivisible Madison and DemCast invite Wisconsinites to join in a digital protest of Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos for endangering voters, forcing them to choose between their vote and their health, maybe even their lives.

On Monday, April 13, 3:00 – 4:00 PM Central, we will be tweeting and sharing on Facebook a montage beginning with Vos’s dismissive statement, “You are incredibly safe to go out,” followed by heartbreaking images of Wisconsin voters determined to exercise their right to vote.

We encourage voters to share their first-hand accounts of what it was like to vote or to be unable to vote in the midst of a pandemic, so we can all hear it in their own words.

On Facebook and Twitter, look for tweets and posts, tag @SpeakerVos on Twitter or Wisconsin State Representative Robin Vos on Facebook, and use the hashtag, #VosEndangeredVoters.


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