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Reader's View: Be sure you are registered to vote

I encourage you to check myvote.wi.gov to make sure.

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As a resident of northern Wisconsin, I know how important it is to care for your neighbors. From helping plow someone’s driveway to sharing fresh garden produce, the people in my community are there for each other.

This is something I wish was better understood by U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wisconsin.

More importantly, are each and every one of you registered to vote? Are you sure? I encourage you to check myvote.wi.gov to make sure. The future is in our hands and ballots.

Joan Cervenka

Hayward

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