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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Milwaukee Mayor Cavalier Johnson was at the Mitchell Street branch of the Milwaukee Public Library Monday ahead of National Voter Registration Day.
The mayor's office, public libraries and election commission came together to discuss early voting.
The Milwaukee Public Library has been providing resources to voters for decades. Some branches have even been used as polling sites.
Mayor Johnson urged every eligible person to register and vote.
"I'm asking them to participate so that Milwaukee's voice is heard in the upcoming election and every single election," Mayor Johnson said.
Mitchell Street, Washington Park, Central and Good Hope libraries will have pop-up voting carnivals from 2-4 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 20.
If you are looking for help with voting or registration, visit any Milwaukee public library for assistance.