How do I register?
– At your voting site on Election Day
-Visit your nearest library
-Fill out a Registration Application online at www.ci.mil.wi.us/election
What should I bring?
-Proof of residence documents: must include current and complete name and residential address.
-WI driver’s license or ID
-Real estate tax bill or receipt for the current year or the year preceding the date of the election.
-Gas, electric or telephone service statement received witin 90 days before Election Day
How do I register to vote if I am a new voter, have changed my name or address, or it has been longer than four years since I last voted?
-You can register at your poll on the Election Day
-Go to the library before October 13
-Go to Voces de la Frontera Action, 1027 S. 5th St. in Milwaukee
If I can’t leave my house, what do I do?
You can vote as an absentee ballot by requesting a mail ballot of the municipality. Mark your ballot and mail to the municipality 20 days before the election. Voces de la Frontera Action also provides transportation for voters on election day or early voting. Call 414-643-1620.
Can I vote early?
In Milwaukee – Municipal Building
841 N. Broadway, RM 102
In Racine – City Hall
730 Washington Ave, RM 103
Hours: 8:00AM-4:55PM, M-F
For other cities in Wisconsin, visit www.vpa.wi.gov or call Voces Action at 414-643-1620
What is absentee voting?
-You can register for absentee voting any time from now through Nov. 1st
-An absentee ballot is the printed ballot marked by an absent voter, sealed in a special envelope, and given or mailed to the municipal clerk at one of the addresses above.
Who do I vote for?
Voces de la Frontera Action provides a copy of the ballot in this issue on state candidates we support. You can carry with you to help fill out the ballot on Election day. The paper also includes the names of other candidates at the local level we are supporting on Nov. 2nd.
Who is eligible to vote?
-Any US citizen
-You must be at 18 years of age before or on the day of election
-You must live in Wisconsin for at least 10 days prior to the election
-If you have had a past felony, you must have completed your probation period