Voting Hours, Sample Ballots, Polling Places
Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
You must show an acceptable form of identification to vote.
Find your polling place at myvote.wi.gov or call your municipal clerk’s office.
Sample ballots are available at your clerk’s office, at your polling place, and at
Also, you have a right to have help with voting. A poll worker or a person other than your employer or labor union agent can assist you.
You must sign the poll list in order to vote unless a disability prevents you from doing so.
By law, polling places must be accessible to all. Curbside voting is available if you have mobility issues.
Call your municipal clerk’s office to arrange for curbside assistance.
You must sign the poll list in order to vote unless your disability prevents you from doing so.
You can request a provisional ballot under three circumstances:
You are unable to provide a Wisconsin driver license number or Wisconsin ID number on your registration form
You are unable to provide acceptable photo ID at the polls
For your provisional ballot to be counted, you must provide the missing information to your municipal clerk by 4:00 p.m. on the Friday following the election.
Your mailed registration form was incomplete and you are unable to provide needed documentation at the polls