articles tagged "Stacy Harbaugh"

Local Comedy Goes Back to High School

Friday, 12 July 2013 | buzz
whats your damage

Have you ever wanted to go back and re-live some of your most embarrassing high-school moments – with an adult perspective? Comedian Chris Lay joins Stacy Harbaugh on the Buzz to tell you that now you can! more »

Art Fair on the Square

Friday, 12 July 2013 | buzz

Director of Development at the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art Elizabeth Tucker joined the 8 O’Clock Buzz to discuss the upcoming Art Fair on the Square. more »

Madison Savoyards Celebrate 50th Year with Iolanthe

Friday, 12 July 2013 | buzz
Iolanthe

Madison Savoyards Ltd. Board President Jim Cain joins the July 12th Buzz to discuss their upcoming performance of the comic opera “Iolanthe” by Gilbert and Sullivan. more »

Christmas Vinyl with Mom and Dad

Tuesday, 25 December 2012 | A Public Affair
Christmas Vinyl

On this Christmas edition of A Public Affair, Stacy Harbaugh (subbing for Cynthia Lin) played some Christmas vinyl with her mother and father and discussed holiday traditions. more »

Election Day: Stacy Harbaugh, ACLU

Tuesday, 6 November 2012 | buzz
Vote

In this special Election Day edition, our host Aaron Perry interviewed Stacy Harbaugh, Communications Director of the Wisconsin chapter of the ACLU on Tuesday November 6. She is here to speak about voting rights and election issues. The Hotline, 866-Our-Vote, is available all day today for those who have questions regarding voting or wish to report any problems with the polls. Non-partisan attorneys who are specialists in Wisconsin laws will be on the hotline to answer the questions.   While Election Day registration is still possible, there have been other changes made to Wisconsin voting laws, Stacy explains. The corroboration ban will no longer allow for another to vouch for one’s residency should they lack the acceptable documents. Also, the length of time required to establish residency has been extended from 10 days to 28 days. “But fortunately photo ID is not required for registered voters, that’s another big deal,” Stacy says.   Stacy explains that the coalition advocates for people’s voting rights, and provides one such example, “today, if you don’t have a printed version of your bank statement to prove your residency, you can take your smart phone into the polls, and you can sit down and work with poll workers and show them your bank statement online…and that was something we pushed for, and fortunately the government accountability board, which administers our elections, saw the wisdom in that, and they made that a rule and now you can do that in Wisconsin.” Aaron asks Stacy to describe trends that are being seen. Rules and restrictions surrounding poll watchers, Stay explains, is one situation that will be closely watched today. She also explains that convicted felons can not vote until they are “off paper.”   Stacy said to expect lines today at the voting stations, but to remain patient. She stresses that even though the polls close at 8 PM, people can still vote as long as they were in line before that, “Even if its 8 o’clock, if you are in line, you can still vote. Every polling place has workers that have been instructed to send someone to be the marker to see who is at the end of the line. Stay in line, stick with it.”   Hotline: 866-Our-Vote (866-687-8683) Facebook: Wisconsin Election Protection. Twitter: @EPWisco For more information about voting rights materials, visit ACLU Wisconsin   Listen to the entire interview here: more »

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