I doubt it. The whole point of the GOP's voter suppression program - - fewer early voting hours, registration obstruction, and especially Voter ID - - is voter suppression in cities and on college campuses, not not voter education - - with a price tag of $250,000.
That's money the state could
defending Voter ID or drug-testing food stamp recipients, or fighting clean air rules or John Doe jurisdictions or any of the ruling party's special-interest programs or self-serving priorities.
Besides, having government offer educational information suggests government has credibility and something important to say, which is the opposite of the denigrate-and-mistrust/government misinformation message which the Walkerites are busy promoting.
Widespread voter participation directly threatens pro-corporate, anti-government authority.