My niece's permanent residence is in Green Bay, and she just finished the school year at UW-Stout. This summer she is living with her mom in Madison, but as she hasn't been in Madison long enough, she needed to go back to Green Bay to vote. We leant her our car to drive up to Green Bay to vote on Friday, as she has an interview in Madison on Tuesday. She went to the City Clerk's office in Green Bay, and was told that they did not have any ballots and that she needed to go to another building. When she got to that building, they told her to go back to where she was. When she got back to the City Clerk's office, the receptionist was very rude to her. My niece asked for help and the receptionist told her she would not help her, etc. This should have been my niece's first time voting, but instead she was turned away, feeling awful and crying in frustration. She made the drive to Green Bay only to not get to vote anyway - seemingly because she was young, rather timid, and unfamiliar with exactly what she was supposed to do.