VOTE! IMPORTANT: For the November 6th, 2018 election, you need a photo ID to vote in the State of Wisconsin.


To find your voting location or for general questions regarding the voting process, please visit


Are you ready to vote? Make sure you can use your vote as your voice with the following steps.


What You Need to Know

1) Register

Make sure you are registered to vote at your current address at

Need to register? You can do so at the polls on Election Day, November 6, 2018!

If you need to register, you’ll need to bring proof of residence and your WI Driver’s License, ID or the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number. Click here for more information.

2) Bring an APPROVED Photo ID

Click here to see approved forms of Photo ID. Some common forms of Photo ID include:

* Wisconsin Drivers License or Wisconsin State ID card from the DMV

* US Passport

* Military ID card

* College ID with photo that has a 2 year expiration date, signature and is accompanied by proof of enrollment

* Other Photo Identification as listed here

3) Find Out Where

Visit to get your polling location.

4) Make a Plan

Questions for your plan:

* What time of day is best for you to vote? Polls are open in Wisconsin from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. on Election Day, November 6, 2018

* Do you know how you will get to the polls? If you need a ride, please call  414.909.2016

* Who will you take with you to vote from your household?

5) VOTE!

If you run in to any problems before or on Election Day, call the nonpartisan Election Protection hotline for help at 866.OUR.VOTE or 888.VE.Y.VOTA

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