Register to vote.
Are you a new Wisconsin voter?
You can register to vote online.
You can also register by mail, at your Municipal Clerk's office, or at the polls on Election Day. Just keep in mind that if you don't register online, you'll need to show a valid photo ID and provide proof of residence to complete your voter registration.
Important voter registration deadlines:
Voter registration forms must be postmarked by Wednesday, March 13th
Online registrations must be submitted by Wednesday, March 13th
Vote on Election Day.
Cast your ballot in person between 7 AM and 8 PM on Tuesday, April 2nd.
Remember: You'll be required to present a photo ID, so make sure yours meets State of Wisconsin requirements.
Have you moved or changed your address?
You'll need to update your voter registration record. You can certainly do that at your polling place, but you’ll save yourself a little time if you update your record before Election Day.
Cast an absentee ballot.
Unable to vote at your polling place on Election Day?
Request your absentee ballot by Thursday, March 28th.
Special rules apply to military and permanent overseas voters, so make sure you understand your options.
Be an informed voter.
Before you show up to the polls, review your ballot so there aren't any surprises.
Your Municipal Clerk can answer your Election Day questions, including your inquiries about voter registration and absentee ballots.