If we want politicians who are beholden to the people and not corporate interests, we must ALL vote! To make sure you have everything you need to vote, check out the resources below.
You can vote before election day!
From October 20 – October 31 (excluding Saturday and Sunday), voters in Wisconsin can vote early.
If you live in Milwaukee, you can get a free ride to early vote!
Click the map for times/locations to meet WJN’s Early Vote Team:
You can also download a flyer with all of the pick-up options here. Share it with friends, co-workers, neighbors!
If you live elsewhere in Wisconsin, click here to find out who your Municipal Clerk is, and give them a call. They’ll be able to tell you where you can early vote.
How to register to vote
Click here to check if you’re registered to vote at your current address. If you are, hooray!
If you aren’t registered, you will be able to do it when you go vote. You will need to bring proof of residency, such as:
-valid driver’s license
Here is a complete list of acceptable proof of residence documents.
Clearing up Voter ID confusion
NO, there is no photo ID law in place for the November 2014 election. If you are registering to vote on the same day you cast your ballot, then a photo ID is one of the acceptable forms of proof-of-residence is a photo ID with your current address. Find the other acceptable forms here.
Need more help?
For a more in-depth tutorial about finding your voting status, where to early vote, and who’s on your ballot, watch this video:
Any other questions?
Send us an email with any questions you have to email@example.com! Happy voting!