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This is the most important election of our lifetime.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Below is a list of frequently asked questions. We know everyone’s situation is unique. Even if you don’t see your question, reach out. We are up for the challenge!
Questions may include:
How long do I need to be at my current address to be able to vote?
Where do I vote if I just moved prior to election day?
Where is the closest DMV?
I was incarcerated – can I vote?
How can I get my first Wisconsin ID for voting?
Do I need a driver’s license that includes “Real ID”?
What if I don’t have a driver’s license? Any other documents I can bring to the polling station?
What kind of accessibility is at the polls?
How do I request an absentee ballot?
What documents are required if I’m registering at the polls?
How do I know what’s on my ballot?
Where should I drop off my absentee ballot?
How do I check my ballot status on MyVote?
I’m a college student with a temporary address. What’s different for me?
Voting is a journey and we want to help you get there. We encourage you to share this message with friends and family so they can “Reach Out. Speak Up. And Vote”!