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A photo ID is not required when registering to vote. However, a proof of residence document is required. Voters must reside at their address for at least 10 days by Election Day in order to register to vote.
Under Wisconsin law, any voter who prefers to vote by absentee ballot may request one - Click here.
Your application must be received by the clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. on the Thursday before the election in order for an absentee ballot to be SENT to you. You must include a copy of a valid photo ID with your application.
Your completed absentee ballot must be received on or before Election Day.
The City of Milwaukee is hiring Milwaukee County citizens to serve as paid poll workers, officially known as Election Inspectors.
You can find additional information about the City of Milwaukee Election Commission here.
All municipalities need poll workers. To volunteer in your local area, contact your municipal clerk. Your Municipal clerk contact information can be found at myvote.wi.gov.
The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin recruited, trained and placed 250 volunteer election observers in the polls in the November 4, 2014 election. They covered and reported on 493 polling places in cities, towns and villages across the state. Click here to volunteer.
Read the April 5, 2016 Election report here.
Read November 8, 2016 Election Report here
The WISCONSIN ELECTION PROTECTION is a part of a nation-wide, non-partisan coalition of organizations that includes the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin. The purpose of WISCONSIN ELECTION PROTECTION is to protect voter rights, to expose and prevent voter intimidation, and to preserve access to the polls for all voters. The initiative also documents problems and best practices for the purpose of improving election administration and ensuring that elections continue to be free, fair and accessible in Wisconsin.
Read 2016 Briefs and Reports here.