Hello Everyone!

My name is Marcia Steele and I am the Winnebago County chair. The November 2016 election is going to make a big difference in the direction of the state as well as the country. At the center of all of this is Winnebago County. We have races here that will determine the direction in Madison and on the national front the Senate race could be the most contested race in the country. If you would like to be involved we would love to have your help. From greeting at the door to phone calling and knocking on doors- whatever your comfort level is we can use YOU!  We welcome your help and friendship. Come to one of our meetings and share with the many like-minded people in your community. I look forward to seeing you!

Marcia Steele, Winnebago County Chair.

“Winnebago County is at the very center of the Nation for politics”


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Donations of Halloween Candy Neededbefore October 26
Hundreds of children came through our office last year for Downtown Oshkosh Trick-or-Treating. We are in need of candy so that we can participate in this fun community event! We appreciate any donations! Please drop off a bag during office hours.

Downtown Trick-or-Treating- October 26
Children of all ages who stop in the office on Wednesday, October 26th between 4:00-6:00 pm will be given some treats. The 400 and 500 blocks of Main Street will be closed for this event due to the high pedestrian traffic. We hope to see you!

Coordinated Campaign Volunteer Opportunities
We are gearing up for GOTV! Get-Out-The-Vote is a critical effort that relies on volunteers to get Democrats out to the polls on election day! If you are able to help with GOTV contact Fanny and Kinza. Please call them or stop in to sign up! We need all hands on deck!

At the Oshkosh office – 580 N. Main Street

  •  Nov. 5,6,7,8 canvassing shifts: 9am 12pm, 3pm, 6pm
  • Phone banking: Every Monday evening from 5-8 pm
  • Every Wednesday evening “Wine & Cheese-Women Calling Women” from 5-8 pm

Neenah – Canvass from 157 S.Green Bay Road, The Labor Temple

  • Phone banking: Every Thursday evening from 5- 7 pm (location TBA)
  • Call Kinza for GOTV information in the Neenah/Menasha area.

Contact Fanny for Oshkosh volunteering: 773-9435 or flau@wivictory2016.org
Contact Kinza for Neenah volunteering: 310-796-6087 or kmalik@wivictory2016.org

Early In-Person Voting
Due to the inconsistencies between municipalities please contact your local clerk for early voting dates and times.

 Voting & Election Information
You may now register, request an absentee ballot, update your name or address, look at your voter history, view a sample ballot and much more at www.myvote.wi.gov. Another informative website for election information is www. gab.wi.gov.

Bumber Stickers, Buttons, and Yard Signs
Bumper stickers, buttons, and yard signs are available at the office for Hillary Clinton, Russ Feingold, Sarah Lloyd, Tom Nelson, Mark Harris, Gordon Hintz, Bob Baker, and Mariana Stout. We are asking for donations for the signs, buttons, and bumper stickers. The donations go towards offices expenses.


 Click for Hillary Clinton Campaign information.
Russ Feingold Campaign Information
Sarah Lloyd Campaign Information
Mark Harris Campaign Information



Canvassing: every Saturday & Sunday- shifts at: 10:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Phone Banks: Starting September 12th every Monday from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. and every Wednesday calls from 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Note: the second Wednesday of the month the hours are 5:00 – 6:45pm.

Our Democratic Candidates – Presidential & General Election November 8

  • HILLARY CLINTON – President
  • RUSS FEINGOLD – U.S. Senate
  • SARAH LLOYD – 6th Congressional District
  • TOM NELSON – 8th Congressional District
  • MARK HARRIS – 18th State Senate District
  • Rep. GORDON HINTZ – Assembly District 54
  • BOB BAKER – Assembly District 55
  • MARIANA STOUT – Assembly District 56
  • Rep. AMANDA STUCK – Assembly District 57

Voting and Election Information – Myvote.wi.gov

Myvote.wi.gov. can answer questions you may have regarding the following;  what will be on your ballot, your polling location, acceptable photo ID’s, are you already registered, how to register, updating your name and address and how to request an absentee ballot. You may also call 1-866-868-3947.