WI Fall Primary Election
August 9, 2022
Fall General Election
November 8, 2022
WI Non-partisan Spring Primary
February 21, 2023
WI Non-partisan Spring Election
April 4, 2023
Click on Register To Vote. If you're registering at the same address as your driver's license/state ID, you can register online (+20 days before the election.)
If you want to register at a different address (campus residence, etc.), just follow the step-by-step instructions that will help you fill out a form which you must print and turn in.
Mail the printed, signed form to your municipal clerk (+20 days before the election)
OR complete the form at your municipal clerk's office (through Friday before election day)
OR complete the form at your polling place on election day.
You must also show a proof of residence document.
Find your polling place by visiting:
Bring a photo ID (everyone) and proof of residence document (if registering/updating registration.)
Check in with the poll worker who will direct you where to VOTE!
Polling places will be open 7:00am-8:00pm.
In Wisconsin anyone can vote by absentee ballot - no reason is needed!
First make sure you are registered to vote (see above.)
and click on Vote Absentee.
Enter your name and date of birth, then follow the step-by-step process to request your absentee ballot.
Fill out this form
and mail, email, or fax it to your municipal clerk.
This request MUST be received by 5pm on the Thursday before election day for an absentee ballot to be sent to you.
When you receive your ballot, follow the instructions to complete it, verified by 1 witness. Seal and return it to your municipal clerk.
DEADLINE: Must be received by 8pm on election day.
Early Voting at your Municipal Clerk's Office (In-Person Absentee Voting)
You can vote at your local clerk's office on weekdays two weeks prior to the election (ending at 5pm Friday before election day.) Contact your municipal clerk for hours.
For absentee voting in states other than Wisconsin, see Vote 411 above for information on your state's policies and requirements.
You will need to show a photo ID to verify your identity when you vote.
Common acceptable photo IDs include:
Your photo ID for voting DOES NOT need to show your current/voting address. You will prove residency when you register to vote.
If you forget your photo ID on election day, you can still vote! Ask for a provisional ballot and then bring your ID to the polling location by 8pm or your municipal clerk's office by the following Friday at 4pm.