FIND EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO VOTE!
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Who is on my ballot and where do I vote?
Learn who is on the ballot here and find your polling place here
Where do I vote early or request an absentee ballot?
- Anyone can request to vote absentee by mail. Request an absentee ballot here.
- In-person absentee voting is available at different locations in the City of Milwaukee.
Where do I register to vote?
- To register, you must provide proof of where you live (proof of residence). See this list of eligible documents to prove where you live.
- To vote, you must have an acceptable photo ID. See examples of eligible photo IDs in Wisconsin here.
- No Photo ID? Ask for a provisional ballot and return to your clerk with documentation by Friday after the Election.
VoterRiders can help with the following all Free of charge:
- Documents you need to show who you are (for example, your birth certificate or naturalization certificate)
- A copy of your Social Security card
- Proof of where you live
- Your ID
- A free ride to the DMV
- A photocopy of your ID to submit with your vote by mail application or ballotTHEY WILL
- Figure out what documents you need to get ID
- Request and pay for those documents
- Pay the DMV fees for your ID
- Print a copy of your ID if you need to vote by mail
- Find a lawyer to help you if needed
- Make sure your are 100% ready to vote! CALL OR TEXT HELPLINE 844-338-8743
How can I get Free of charge an Identification to be able to Vote or get the Assistance to get everything I need to be able to get an Identification?
Please visit Wisconsin’s MyVote page to check your registration status, find a polling place, or any general questions about voting in State and Local elections.
City of Milwaukee Election Commission
Visit the City of Milwaukee election commission website for local voting information.
Check out The City Channel!
The City Channel provides live and replay telecasts of Common Council and Council Committee meetings, as well as coverage of other city boards and commissions, special city events and other informational programming.
In this video, learn how to navigate through the online City Channel and Legistar!