County Election Commission
The mission of the Milwaukee County Election Commission is to administer federal, state, and local elections
in a manner that fosters public trust in the accuracy, efficiency and fairness of elections and develops public confidence in the democratic process.
There will be four referendum questions on the November 4, 2014 Election ballot.
To review the questions and explanations, please click here.
Resolutions calling for the referendums, click on the File No.: 14-219; 14-521; 14-522; 14-529
To find out where to vote, view a sample ballot, or for other voter information, go to My Vote Wisconsin website by clicking here.
We have provided answers to the most frequently asked questions below. If your question is not answered on our homepage or on the State website, link above, please contact us.
Frequently Asked Questions
- Where do I register to vote?
Up until 25 days before an election, you can register in person at the Milwaukee County Election Commission or with your local municipality. If you would like to register with us, click here for our address. If you are a City of Milwaukee resident, click here. For other municipalities, click here.
On the day of the election, you must register to vote at your polling place.
- Where do I vote? (Where is my polling place?)
To find out where you vote (your polling place), use the State's Voter Public Access website, MyVote.wi.gov.
- How do I get an Absentee Ballot?
You can get an Absentee Ballot from your local munipality. If you are a City of Milwaukee resident, click here. If you live in another municipality, click here.
- Am I a registered voter?
To find out if you are an active registered voter, use the State's Voter Public Access website, MyVote.Wi.gov.
- Can I see a sample ballot?
The State's Voter Public Access website, MyVote.Wi.gov allows you to view a sample ballot.
- Where do I report election violations or complaints?
You can report suspected election violations or complaints to the Milwaukee County District Attorney's Office, Public Integrity Unit at (414) 278-4645. Please do not call this number with routine election questions such as "Where do I vote?", "Am I registered to vote?", etc. If you have a routine question and you live in the City of Milwaukee, call (414) 286-VOTE (8683). Otherwise, click here to find your local Clerk's Office.
JOSEPH J. CZARNEZKI
Milwaukee County Clerk
Courthouse, Room 307-D
901 North Ninth Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233
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Appointed by County Executive
Chris Abele on July 24, 2013
Nancy M. Penn, Chair