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In This Edition:

Facebook Live: Tune in March 31...

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Buyback: your chance to give back...

Keep on Truckin': Weight limits lifted...

Absentee Ballots: Voting in the City of Waukesha...

Science of Epidemics: A helpful video explaining COVID-19...


Facebook Live Tele-Town Hall
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Rep. Allen will be hosting a Facebook Live town hall next week for members of the 97th Assembly District. Tune in on Tuesday, March 31st at 6:30 pm to participate in a discussion with Rep. Allen. You can find our official Facebook page linked here

Topics include: an overview of the COVID-19 pandemic timeline, your thoughts on the State's response, new updates, and actions you can take to help your community. 

PPE Buyback Program


The State of Wisconsin, in partnership with the Wisconsin National Guard, began a Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) buyback program for individuals and businesses to either donate or sell personal protective equipment to the State of Wisconsin.

This equipment goes directly to benefit Wisconsin's first responders and healthcare professionals who are working to care for our communities on a daily basis. The website to donate or sell equipment can be found here


Truck Weight Limits Extended

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To keep Wisconsin moving Forward during this trying time, Governor Tony Evers and Secretary Designee Andrea Palm extended the time frame for Department of Transportation officials to issue and extend trucking permits that allow vehicles to carry 10% more weight on Wisconsin roads. More weight = more groceries and supplies to a store near you! 


 Vote by mail this April! Request an Absentee Ballot today!



As many readers may already know, the Wisconsin Election Commission is encouraging absentee voting due to COVID-19.  For more information, go to:
The deadline for online registration has been extended! You can now register or change your registration online until March 30!!!

The deadline for registered voters to request an absentee ballot by mail is April 2, 2020 - this is the last day a clerk can mail a ballot to you. 

In person absentee ballot requests, voter registration or registration changes can be made at your local municipal clerk's office until April 3rd, 2020! Find your municipal clerk’s information by clicking here

For City of Waukesha residents:

Effective Tuesday, March 24 at noon, the City of Waukesha will offer in-person absentee voting by appointment only. This is to protect the public, poll workers, and City employees from further exposure to COVID-19. 

Appointments should only be scheduled when necessary by calling 262-524-3550. All City of Waukesha residents are asked to vote absentee by mail for the April 7th election. 

The City of Waukesha Clerk's Office is booking appointments in a manner that is oriented to safely accommodate everyone, and adhere to the CDC recommendations for social distancing. No one will be turned away. The Clerk's office and supporting staff members are working hard to make sure everyone who would like to cast a ballot, can do so with minimal risk. 

So far, the City of Waukesha has issued over 11,000 absentee ballots, and the Clerk's office has recruited staff from the Waukesha Public Library to help process mail. 



What does it mean to flatten the curve? 


 Do you know what it means when people say "flatten the curve"? This video explains some of the science behind COVID-19, and why our state is taking some unprecedented measures to keep us healthy.