Get non-partisan registration help Tues-Thurs, Oct 2-4, from 11am to 5pm in the UC, provided by Whitewater Student Government, League of Women Voters, Campus Election Engagement Project, NextGen America (NGA), and Warhawks Vote.
More help:Pick up voter registration information in Andersen Library (ask at the Reference Desk for assistance if desired). Warhawks Vote has information online, e.g., what to do to vote in your hometown or home state.
Who can vote in Wisconsin?
Any U.S. citizen, 18 or older on or before Nov. 6, who has lived at their Wisconsin address for at least 10 days, and who is not currently incarcerated or on probation, parole, or extended supervision. Voters must register, up to or on Election Day (Nov. 6), with appropriate documentation.
How do I know if I’m already registered? Check at MyVote Wisconsin.
How can I register? There are several ways, but if you are already 18, have an unexpired WI driver’s license or state identification card, and your name & address match the state Dept. of Motor Vehicle’s database, you can register online using MyVote through October 17!
- If you’ve changed your legal name: Go to a Social Security office, and to a Dept. of Motor Vehicles office, to register your name. Then complete your registration with MyVote.
- If you’ve changed your address: Change your address at the WI Dept. of Motor Vehicles website. Then complete your registration with MyVote.
You can use MyVote Wisconsin to learn more about your ballot and the candidates, your polling place, and what to bring with you when you vote on Nov. 6th!