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How To Register and Vote in Wisconsin

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How To Register and Vote in Wisconsin

How to Register and Vote in Wisconsin
Voter Brochure Spanish
Cómo registrarse y votar en Wisconsin (under revision)


Photo IDs are required to vote in Wisconsin elections at this time.

  • CLICK HERE for a list of acceptable photos IDs.
  • CLICK HERE to learn how to get a FREE state photo ID.

​ Don't have a birth certificate? You can still apply for a free WI ID for voting at the DMV.

If you do not have a certified birth certificate, the Department of Motor Vehicles has a service that will search vital records in the US or US territories at NO CHARGE. You need to complete the form MV3012 (CLICK HERE for Form MV3012) and bring it in addition to the documents needed for a free Wisconsin ID.

For more info, CLICK HERE

How to Get a FREE Wisconsin State ID Card

Did you move or change your name? RE-REGISTER to vote!

If you have moved since you last voted, you MUST re-register in order to vote. CLICK HERE for more detailed information.

If you have changed your name since you last voted, you MUST re-register in order to vote after you change your name on your Social Security Card and your Driver's License.


Need information on who represents you in government?

Contact Elected Officials

Not sure who represents you?

  • Enter your Zip code to find your U.S. Senators and Representatives, as well as your local legislators.

Visit for more information on:
  • Am I REGISTERED to vote?
  • UPDATE my registration info
  • What is on my BALLOT?
  • WHERE do I vote?
  • Request ABSENTEE ballot
  • FIND my local clerk and elected officials