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Written by League of Women Voters Wisconsin   
Tuesday, 04 April 2023 10:42

voting-day-lwvTuesday, April 4 is Election Day, a time for all of us to make our voices heard. Here are some helpful hints from the LWV-WI to help you make the most of the process.

STATEWIDE - Tuesday, April 4 is Election Day! Wisconsin voters are casting their ballots for the candidates of their choice. Let's come together, use our voices and GO VOTE! 

We bet a lot of you already voted. That's awesome! Forward this email to three friends to make sure they have the information they need to cast a ballot today.


1. Check to see if you are registered to vote. If not, you can register or update your address at your polling place! Make sure you bring a proof of residence document for registration and a valid photo ID to vote. This could be a Wisconsin driver's license, tribal ID, etc.
Am I registered?
2. Know what's on your ballot.  Not sure who to vote for? VOTE411 has you covered with unbiased candidate information in English and Spanish. 

This is a nonpartisan election. Candidates will not have a D or R next to their names on the ballot. Along with voting for judges and local officials, Wisconsin voters will also see two questions regarding the bail amendment and one question regarding a non-binding welfare referendum. The League urges voters to VOTE NO for all three of these questions. Voters may also have local referendums on their ballot. Find a sample ballot on MyVote.Wi.Gov.
Candidate Info.
3. Find your polling place. If you are voting in-person on Election Day, make sure you bring a valid photo ID and know where your polling place is. All polling locations are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and once you are in line, stay in line.
Find My Polling Place
Are you voting absentee and still have your ballot? You must return it by 8 p.m. today (4/4). It's too late to mail it and drop boxes are prohibited. Plan on dropping it off yourself at your clerk's office, or clerk-designated return locations on Election Day (like your polling place or central count location for communities that use central count). If you have questions about where to return your absentee ballot, reach out to your clerk.

People with disabilities have the right to receive assistance with all aspects of voting, including having someone deliver their ballot to their clerk or polling place. Questions or issues? Contact the Disability Rights WI Voter Hotline at 844-347-8683.
Track My Ballot
Have questions or run into issues? Help is available.
  • Election Protection Hotline: 866-OUR-VOTE
  • Disability Rights Wisconsin Voter Hotline: 1-844-347-8683
  • Wisconsin Voter Helpline: 608-285-2141


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