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The grant mentors would like to meet with you to discuss, further, the ballot curing process.  Please let them know when 
you’re available. 
 
Celestine Jeffreys 
Chief of Staff, Mayor’s Office 
City of Green Bay 
 
From: Michael Spitzer‐Rubenstein <michael@voteathome.org>  
Sent: Friday, October 2, 2020 5:23 PM 
To: Celestine Jeffreys <Celestine.Jeffreys@greenbaywi.gov> 
Subject: Meet Next Week? Ballot Curing 
 
Celestine, 
Could we meet next week with someone in the clerk’s office to go over ballot curing and adding a call operation? 
 
Wednesday (any time after 10 AM) would work best for me. If that doesn’t work, can do Tuesday (10‐2) or Thursday 
(before 1 PM). 
 
If you have a letter that goes out with rejected ballots, could you send that? (If not, I can create one). 
 
I’m going to put together a process document, phone script, and job description/simple RFP—could either hire a firm or 
a few individuals to do the calls. 
 
Thanks and enjoy your weekend, 
Michael 
 
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Michael Spitzer‐Rubenstein 
State Lead for Wisconsin (Leadership Now Fellow) 
National Vote at Home Institute 
(310) 980‐2872 
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Hi Kris,

Can we help with curing absentee ballots that are missing a signature or witness signature/address?

We have a process map that we've worked out with Milwaukee for their process. We can also adapt the letter
they're sending out with rejected absentee ballots along with a call script alerting voters (we can also get
people to make the calls, too, so you don't need to worry about it). Celestine mentioned curing ballots might be
something we could take off your plate.

When would be a good time to talk about it? I'm available this afternoon (after 2 PM), Friday (any time before
3) or next week. Any of those good for you?

Michael

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Michael Spitzer-Rubenstein

State Lead for Wisconsin (Leadership Now Fellow)

National Vote at Home Institute

(310) 980-2872

he/him
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