Voting Rights - Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy and the fundamental right upon which all our civil liberties rest.
On Election Day polls are open 7am - 8pm
You can register to vote or change your address when you vote early, or at your polling location on Election Day. You must present Proof of Residence in either a paper or an electronic format (smartphone, tablet, or laptop). For some answers to Voter Registration questions click here.
When you vote in person early or on Election Day, you need to show a valid form of ID under Wisconsin’s Photo ID Law. For some answers to Voter ID questions click here.
You have the right to vote in Wisconsin once you are off paper. For some answers to questions regarding Voting Rights for Persons with Criminal Convictions click here.
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