What YOU Need to Know as a Wisconsin VOTER
The U.S. Supreme Court ruling has put Wisconsin's voter ID law on hold. The need to have a Photo ID WILL NOT be in effect for the November 4th, 2014 election. The actual Supreme Court ruling can be accessed by clicking HERE
Some important things to remember about voting in Wisconsin:
Please register to vote if you are not already registered - Go to this Milwaukee County Election Commission link to find out how to register to vote. Click HERE for the link.
In-person absentee voting (or "early voting") at your municipal clerk's office begins October 20 at 8 am and ends October 31st at 5 pm. NOTE: The City of Milwaukee has extended in-person absentee balloting hours - Monday through Friday, 8 am to 7 pm - from October 20 through October 31. There is no "early voting" on weekends.
To find your municipal clerk's office click HERE or call the Milwaukee County Election Commission at 414-278-4060.
NOVEMBER 4TH IS AN IMPORTANT ELECTION, SO PLEASE VOTE.