Voter Registration Changes

 
The following changes to voter registration are effective immediately:
  • Voters may no longer register to vote the Saturday, Sunday or Monday before an election. However, you may still register to vote at your polling place on Election day.
  • Voters may no longer use a corroborating witness as proof of residence when registering to vote.
  • You must reside at your address for 28 consecutive days to be eligible to vote. First time Wisconsin
  • Voters registering by mail still need to send proof of residence.
  • Voters are now required to sign or make their mark on the poll book before receiving a ballot. There is an exemption for voters who are unable to sign the poll book due to disability.
  • The new law eliminates straight party voting for everyone but Military and permanent overseas voters.

Voter Education
We ask that you help spread the word about the new regulations. The City Clerk's Office goal is for all eligible voters to be able to cast a ballot and have that ballot be counted.

Absentee Voting Information

Contact the City Clerk's office for more information:
  • Election Line - 715-395-7383
  • Main Line - 715-395-7200