Voter Information

All information from the Wisconsin Election Commission. Visit or call 1-866-868-3947 (TTY 1-800-947-3529) for assistance.

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2021 spring election info pending.

Three ways to vote on November 3, 2020

Option 1 – Voting at the polls

You can cast your ballot at your polling place on Election Day, November 3, 2020. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. To find your polling place, visit or call 1-866-868-3947.

Option 2 – In-person voting by absentee ballot

You can cast an absentee ballot in person before Election Day. Contact your municipal clerk’s office to learn more about your community’s in-person absentee voting options, locations, and hours of operation. To find your clerk, visit or call 1-866-868-3947.

Option 3 – Voting absentee ballot by mail

You can request an absentee ballot at Your request must be received by the Wisconsin Elections Commission or your municipal clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. on October 29, 2020.

Make sure your voter registration is up to date

You must be registered to vote, and your name and address must be current, before you can vote in person or request an absentee ballot. If you need to check your registration or update your registration you can visit You can also register to vote by mail, in person at your municipal clerk’s office, or at your polling place on Election Day. Every option has its own deadline. Visit or call 1-866-868-3947 to learn more.

Requesting an absentee ballot

Visit to request your absentee ballot online. It’s easy, especially when you use a mobile device.

  1. Visit
  2. Enter your name and date of birth
  3. Upload a picture or file of your acceptable photo ID

Don’t wait. Request your absentee ballot today. Your request must be received by October 29. It takes time to receive an absentee ballot, and once you receive your ballot you will need to arrange for a witness to observe and to sign your ballot return envelope. All absentee ballots must be received by your municipal clerk no later than 8:00 p.m. on Election Day, November 3, 2020.

You need a photo ID to vote

No matter how you cast your vote, most voters will need to show an acceptable photo ID, like a Wisconsin driver license or state ID card, passport, or Veterans ID card. Your photo ID does not need your current address. Visit to see a complete list of acceptable photo IDs and learn how to get a photo ID for free, if you don’t have one.

  • At the polls or clerk’s office
    Just show your photo ID to receive your ballot.
  • Requesting an absentee ballot online
    Upload a picture of your photo ID. It’s easy when you use a mobile device.

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