The City Clerk’s office provides voter registration for residents, military, overseas, homeless, nursing home, and absentee voters. To see if you are qualified to vote in Wisconsin or if you have any additional election questions, visit the Wisconsin Elections Commission
REGISTER TO VOTE
If you're unsure of your current registration status, visit the Wisconsin MyVote
website, or call us at (715)395-7200.
If you are not registered to vote at your current residential address (or if your name and/or address has changed since you last voted), you can also mail us a completed voter registration form
with a copy of your proof of residence
If you have updated your address information at the WI DOT, you can now also update your voter record
at the MyVote website.
However, please also note that you may need to bring your documents into our office (Suite 200 of the Gov't Center) if we are in the late registration period (20-days prior to an upcoming election)
WISCONSIN REQUIRES PROOF OF IDENTITY TO VOTE ON ELECTION DAY
A photo ID is required
to vote in Wisconsin. Voters are often surprised to learn that they cannot vote in Wisconsin with a driver's license or ID issued by any other state.
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