Election Day Preparation Tips for Voters
- Bring photo ID. Frequently used IDs include a Wisconsin Drivers’ License, a DOT-issued ID, a U.S. Passport, a uniformed service ID card and a student ID. The address on your photo ID does not need to be current for photo ID purposes. Out of state drivers’ license are not acceptable. See a list of all acceptable photo IDs and restrictions.
- Confirm your voting site and preview your ballot. If you've recently moved, type in your NEW address, so you go to the location!
- If you need to register to vote on Election Day because you have changed your name or address, and the address on your photo ID is not current, you will need to bring an acceptable proof of address document with you. Acceptable documents include a utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, lease, tax bill, or document issued to you by a unit of government. You may show paper copy or digital version on your phone of your proof of address document.
- If you have not voted for a while, confirm your voter registration status by reviewing your record at the My Vote website. Select “My Voter Info” and enter your name and birthdate to review your registration record.
- The busiest hours of the polling place are usually 7:00am-8:30am and 4:30pm-6:30pm. If you are in a rush, plan around those busy times!
Removal from the Poll Book:
Have you moved out of state? Need to report a death? In order to be removed from the voter rolls, please email [email protected] and include your name, registration address, date of birth, and the reason for deactivation.