Of course, you already have this marked on your planner, Google Calendar, and Reminders app, but if you happened to forget the most important day of the year, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin can give you a little reminder.
You guessed it! Tuesday, September 24th is National Voter Registration Day!
If the most wonderful day of the year seems daunting to you – have no fear! Registering to vote is quick and easy if you just follow these simple steps:
1. Check if you are registered to vote – if you are, you can use MyVote to update your name or address or to request an absentee ballot. If your information is correct – congratulations you’re ready to go for the spring elections!
2. If you are not registered to vote, you will need to register. If you have a valid Wisconsin driver’s license or Wisconsin state ID card, you can register online here.
3. If you are an eligible Wisconsin voter without a current, valid Wisconsin driver’s license or Wisconsin state ID card you can complete the voter registration form and mail or deliver it to your municipal clerk. Find your municipal clerk here. It is important you also include a proof of residence document with the voter registration form when you mail or deliver it. Find what documents you can use as a proof of residence document here.
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Oh! Hello, there! Kept reading? Can’t get enough of voting information? Well, of course you can’t get enough - voting is the singularly most important expression of political preference!
In Wisconsin, we’ve got a couple of elections coming up. First, we have the spring primary on February 18, 2020. The winners from these races will be on the ballot for the spring election on April 7, 2020. The spring election includes a lot of important judicial races, including the Wisconsin Supreme court election. On April 7, Wisconsinites will also vote in the presidential primary.
Mark your calendars – but we know you already did!