Know before you go: How do I register to vote? Where's my polling place? What type of ID do I need?

Below are resources for voters in Wisconsin in advance of the general election on November 8th:

How to register to vote in Wisconsin

1. Get the voter registration form

Download and print the Wisconsin Voter Registration Form or call (866) 868-3947 to have one sent to you.

CLICK HERE to get the form.

2. Fill out the form

Step 1 Check whether you're a new voter in Wisconsin or changing your name or address; then provide your municipality and county.

Step 2 Provide your Wisconsin driver’s license number or your Wisconsin Department of Transportation-issued ID number. If you don't have either of these, provide the last 4 numbers of your Social Security number. If you don’t have any of these IDs, fill in the appropriate circle.

Step 3 Provide your full name, birthday, phone number, and email address.

3. Provide ID that shows where you live

You must include a copy of ID that proves where you live. The following IDs are accepted:

    4. Send the form

    Your completed form must be postmarked by October 19th and mailed to your municipal clerk’s office.

    Check if you're registered to vote:

    Early voting in Wisconsin

    All voters registered in Wisconsin can vote early in person. You can register and vote early at the same location.

    Early voting dates vary by municipality. Contact your Municipal Clerk for more information.

    Be sure to bring an accepted photo ID or a DMV-issued voting credential to the polls.

    Voting on Election Day, November 8th

    Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. If you’re in line at your polling place by 8:00 p.m., you’re allowed to vote.

    Be sure to bring an accepted photo ID or a DMV-issued voting credential to the polls.

    Acceptable photo IDs for voting