Please register for absentee voting in Wisconsin for 2022.
Register to Vote
There are many ways to register to vote; online, in person, by mail. Briefly, to register in Wisconsin you must:
- be a citizen of the United States
- be a resident of Wisconsin and have resided at the registration address for at least 28 days prior to the election
- be 18 years old
- not have been convicted of treason, felony or bribery, or if you have, your civil rights have been restored after completion of your sentence or a pardon
- not have been found by a court to be incapable of understanding the objective of the electoral process
- not make or benefit from a bet or wage depending on the result of an election
- not have voted at any other location, if registering on election day
If you meet the above criteria, we invite you to click on the link to myvote.wi.gov to register to vote or to check your registration. Note that you will need to upload a copy of your driver license or valid Wisconsin ID in order to complete registration.
Voting by Absentee Ballot
In Wisconsin, you have the right to vote by Absentee Ballot.
Absentee voting is available and no excuse is required.
The last day to request an absentee ballot is 5 days before the election.
Voted ballots must be received by Election Day in order to be counted.
You can return your absentee ballot request form through mail, in person at your local elections office, or online.
You will need an adult to witness your absentee ballot envelope in order to have your ballot counted.
You can sign up to track your absentee ballot on your My Vote Wisconsin website.
Absentee ballots start being counted on Election Day.
You can request an Absentee Ballot at myvote.wi.gov, just follow the instructions there.
Working at the Polls
People are always needed to work at the polling places. Poll workers (Election Inspectors) conduct assigned duties at a polling site on Election Days. Duties can include issuing ballots to registered voters, registering voters, monitoring the voting equipment, explaining how to mark the ballot or use the voting equipment. It is important and rewarding work, and you even get paid.
To be a poll worker, a person must:
- Be a qualified elector of the county in which the municipality is located
- Be able to speak, read, and write fluently in the English language
- Have strong clerical skills
- Be able to solve problems
- Be an effective communicator
- NOT be a candidate for any office to be voted on at the polling place at that election.
To become a poll worker, contact your local municipal clerk’s office. Your clerk’s name and contact information can be found at myvote.wi.gov