Check your voter registration and polling place at MyVote.WI
For information, or to join FEW email firstname.lastname@example.org
Submit a letter to your newspaper
Electronic Proof of Residence
As of April 4, 2014, when you register to vote you must show proof of residence (POR). Electronic proof is acceptable, on a smart phone, tablet, laptop, etc. These examples are either government documents or utility bills:
*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 this list of Wisconsin electronic proof of residence to email@example.com
You can register at your clerk's office, or through a Special Registration Deputy (SRD) until 20 days before the election, or on Election Day at your polling place.
This page is at http://tinyurl.com/ElectronicPOR
Important Dates for Voter Registration and Elections Wisconsin 2016
Elections – February 16 (local primary), April 5 (presidential primary), August 9 (partisan primary), November 8, 2016
Voter Registration - Proof of residence is required
Special Registration Deputy - Register with an SRD Until the Wednesday 3 weeks before an election. Forms due to clerk at 5 pm., or postmarked by this day.
Clerk's office - Registration ends the Friday before the election.
Election Day registration - at your polling place.
Pictures of examples of proof of residence.
Early registration is highly recommended.
In-Person Absentee Balloting
The two weeks before each election - Registration & in-person absentee balloting at clerk’s office, Monday through Friday.
Absentee Ballots by Mail
Requests for an absentee ballot must be received by the clerk by the Thursday before the election. However, due to mail delays, you are advised to mail your request well before that day. When you receive your ballot, follow the enclosed instructions closely to ensure that your ballot is counted. Ballots must be postmarked by election day and received by the Friday after the election.
If you are a resident for 28 consecutive days before the election, you meet the residency requirement. After establishing residency, if you leave with the intent to return, you are eligible to vote using the residency thus established. If you move to another location in Wisconsin within 28 days of an election, you vote at your old polling place.
Websites that provide general news and insight into election administration:
Web page by Paul Malischke firstname.lastname@example.org Last updated May 20, 2015