Any qualified elector (U.S. citizen, 18 years of age, who has resided in the district in which he or she intends to vote for at least 10 days) who registers to vote is eligible to request an absentee ballot. Under Wisconsin law, voters do not need a reason or excuse, such as being out of town on Election Day, to vote absentee. Any voter who prefers to vote by absentee ballot may request one. You have several options for requesting an absentee ballot and casting your vote.

Here are the Wisconsin voter registration deadlines.

October 14:

Deadline to register by mail or register online

October 30:

Deadline to register at your municipal clerk’s office

If you don’t make these deadlines, you can also register to vote IN PERSON on ELECTION DAY at your polling place! Make sure you bring an Accepted Forms of Wisconsin ID for Voting (which you need to vote no matter what) and proof of residence if you register on Election Day.

You can find your Municipal Clerk's contact information here:

Use one of Kenosha County's safe and secure drop boxes to return your ballot!

Here are the CITY OF KENOSHA Drop Box Locations:

Kenosha Municipal Building -625 52nd St. (8th Ave or near entrance)

Northside Library - 1500 27th Ave.

Kenosha Transit Facility - 4303 39th Ave.

Kenosha Water Utility - 4401 Green Bay Rod.

Southwest Library - 7979 38th Ave.

Uptown Library - 2419 63rd St.

Here are the KENOSHA COUNTY MUNICIPALITY Drop Box Locations:

Brighton - 25000 Burlington Rd. (main entrance)

Bristol - 19801 83rd St. (main entrance)

Genoa City - 755 Fellows Rd (entrance & drive-up in parking lot)

Paris - 16607 Burlington Rd (main entrance)

Paddock Lake - 6969 236th Ave (main entrance)

Pleasant Prairie - 9915 39th Ave (in the main parking lot)

Randall - 34530 Bassett Rd (in the front door slot)

Salem Lakes - 9814 Antioch Rd (main entrance)

Somers - 7511 12th St & 818 12th St (main entrance)

Twin Lakes - 108 East Main St (main entrance)

Wheatland - 34315 Geneva Rd (main entrance)

If you have any questions about registering or proof of identity, requesting an absentee ballot, filling out your ballot and having it witnessed or using the Kenosha County drop boxes, you can contact us by email or by phone.

You need one of the following forms of ID for voting in Wisconsin: Accepted Forms of Wisconsin ID for Voting

For voting on election day: Find My Polling Place

To see what will be on your ballot: What's On My Ballot