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Register To Vote

To vote in Wisconsin you must first register to vote.  You can register in-person at your local Municipal Clerk's office until 5:00 p.m. on October 30th or at your polling place on Election Day, November 3rd 2020.

To find your Municipal Clerk's office, visit Find My Clerk.

To find your polling site on Nov. 3rd, visit Find My Polling Location.

In order to register to vote in Wisconsin, you must provide a Proof of Residence Document. A Proof of Residence Document is a document that proves where you live in Wisconsin.

Documents you can use to establish proof of residence can be found here: Proof of Wisconsin Residence.

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Accepted forms of identification for Voting in Wisconsin

Wisconsin Voter ID

Most Wisconsin voters must show an acceptable photo ID when voting at the polls on Election Day or when requesting their absentee ballot.  There are some exceptions for absentee voters.  More information about acceptable voter IDs and exceptions to the requirement for IDs can be found at Bring It To The Ballot

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Voting Information and Resources

The Wisconsin State Election Commission's website, MyVoteWI, provides information you need to be able to successfully vote in Wisconsin. You can check your registration status, see dates for upcoming elections, find your polling station, see a sample ballot, find your Municipal Clerk and more.

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Wisconsin Election Calendar

Find out when Wisconsin has an election coming up or when Wisconsin has a voter registration or absentee ballot deadline.

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Election Complaints

For any issues while voting, contact the WisDems Voter Protection Hotline at 608-336-3232 or visit Vote WisDems.

You can report any issues or irregularities you witnessed or experienced at or around the polling place.

You can file a complaint about an election official with the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

File an Election Complaint