Voting Is Easy
Voting is easy. Here is some great advice from our friends at Fair Maps.
You can vote Tuesday,
April 4 from
7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Here’s the voting information you need:
- First,check to see if you’re registered to vote here. If you’re not registered, you can register in-person when you vote. Just make sure you have a proof of residence document for your registration (this can be a letter from a tribal government if it has your name and address on it) and a valid photo ID to vote (this can be a tribal ID).
- Know what’s on your ballot. You can find a sample ballot on MyVote
- If you haven’t yet returned your absentee ballot, you should plan to drop it off in-person or vote in-person at your polling location. If you would like to drop off your absentee ballot kin-person, you should contact your clerk to find out where you can return your absentee ballot. Contact your clerk if you have more questions.
- When voting in-person on Election Day, Tuesday, April 4th, make sure you bring a valid photo ID andknow where your polling place is (your polling location may have changed this year). All polling locations are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- If you have a disability and need assistance, call the Disability Rights Wisconsin Voter Hotline at 1-844-DIS-VOTE (1-844-347-8683) or firstname.lastname@example.org.