Audience: people attending your celebration
Send your event attendees one final reminder about your celebration! Make sure all the event logistics are easy to access.
IMPORTANT: If attendees will be casting their ballot as part of your activation, make sure they bring all the materials they will need:
- If your celebration is centered around a ballot drop box, remind them to bring their mail ballot with them to the event.
- Double check the ID requirements in your state. If necessary, remind them to bring their IDs with them to the polls. Our friends at Vote Riders have compiled a comprehensive guide for every state that you can send to your guests.
Subject line: Reminder: Tomorrow’s Vote Early Day Celebration
Thank you for signing up to attend [Campus/Student Group]’s Vote Early Day celebration! We’re thrilled to have you joining us for our [type of celebration].
[brief event description]
We’ll be gathering outside of Kimmel Hall to decorate the sidewalk around our campus’s location for voting early with chalk art. Afterwards, we’ll all head into Kimmel to vote together.
Location: [venue address]
Time: Tomorrow (October 28) at [time]
Directions: [include driving/public transportation/parking directions and where to meet at the venue]
Voter Materials Needed: [any information relevant for casting a ballot, including a reminder to bring a mail ballot or an ID as needed.]
Per Wisconsin state law, make sure to bring a photo ID with you to vote. You can find a list of acceptable IDs here.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at [your contact info]. We look forward to seeing you tomorrow!
All the best,