Check your voter registration and polling place at myvote.wi.gov
Mobile view of E-POR on this page
Acceptable Photo ID's in detail
Proof of enrollment for use with student ID
Info on getting a DMV ID: 608-266-1069
Some statutes on Photo ID:
ID's listed - 5.02(6m)
Definition - 5.02(16c),
Absentee by mail - 6.86(1)(ar)
In person absentee - 6.15(2)(bm)
Provisional ballot - 6.79(3)(b)
Confidential - 6.79(6)
License surrender - 6.79(7)
Hospitalized - 6.86(3)(a)1.
Redistricting - Whitford v Gill
Suppression - One WI v Thomsen
Proof of Residence for Voter Registration
If you have a Wisconsin driver license or state ID card, you can complete your registration online at https://myvote.wi.gov. The address that you enter will be checked against the address on file with the DMV. You can update your address with the DMV online by starting at https://tinyurl.com/DMVchanges.
Electronic proof of residence is acceptable, on a smart phone, tablet, laptop, etc, per a decision by the Board in August 2012.
All Proof of Residence documents must include the voter’s name and current address. The following examples of electronic proof are either government documents or utility bills.
Madison and Dane County Area
Statewide - Documents for Proof of Residence
*Library Card - for electronic proof of residence
*At their June 18, 2015 Board meeting (agenda, pages 117-122), the GAB determined that these types of library system documents are acceptable as proof of residence since they are government documents. See minutes, page 7.
**From the Madison clerk regarding my.wisc.edu: “mailing address” and “home address” are listed at the bottom. It is likely that the “mailing address” will be the Madison address where the student resides for voting purposes. Students are not required to change their “home address” (frequently their parent’s address) to claim Madison residency.
Send your suggestions for additions to the list of electronic proof of residence to firstname.lastname@example.org
This page is at http://tinyurl.com/ElectronicPOR
Important Dates for Voter Registration and Elections Wisconsin 2017
Election Day – April 2, 2017 - State School superintendant, and local offices including school board and judges.
Voter Registration - Proof of residence is required. Early registration is highly recommended.
Register by mail until 20 days before the election. Applications must be postmarked by Wednesday, 20 days before the election.
Municipal clerk's office and early voting locations- Registration ends the Friday before the election.
Election Day registration - at your polling place.
Pictures of examples of proof of residence.
Web page by Paul Malischke email@example.com Last updated March 05, 2017