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How To Vote In Wisconsin 2020



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hey Wisconsin I'm really glad you want

to vote but first you've gotta be

registered there's a link in the

description where you can check your

registration status right now if you're

not registered or you need to update

your name or address you need to fill

out a registration form if you have a

wisconsin ID you can do that online by

filling out the form linked below if you

don't have a wisconsin ID you use that

same link to fill out the form but at

the end you'll just have to print it out

and mail it to your municipal Clerk's

office by october 14th to vote in the

general election in November if you miss

that deadline you can register in person

at your municipal Clerk's office that's

available until October 30th for the

general election there's a link in the

description where you can find your

municipal Clerk's address in ours and if

you miss that deadline - don't panic you

can still register at your polling place

on Election Day by bringing your

completed registration form with you or

asking for one when you get there you'll

either have to show or mail a proof of

residence to register that could be a

driver's license as long as your address

is current a recent utility bill bank

statement or paycheck with your name and

address on it a copy of your lease or a

student ID and proof of your enrollment

from your school you have to have both

of those last two together for it to

count so once you're registered you get

to vote if you'd prefer to vote from the

comfort of your own couch you can vote

absentee by mail all you've got to do is

fill out the form of the links below and

mail it to your municipal clerk by

October 29 though the sooner you request

an absentee ballot the better so you

have more time to get your ballot in the

mail fill it out at your own pace and

mail it back by November 3rd in most

cities you can also vote early in person

in the two weeks before the election

esther municipal clerk's office check

the link below to find your clerk's

address and the dates and times you can

vote early if you're planning to vote in

person on November 3rd you can go to the

polls from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. there's a

link below that will tell you where you

need to go to vote you'll need to bring

a photo ID with you like a Wisconsin

driver's license or state ID military or

tribal ID or passport or student ID from

a college or university in Wisconsin as

long as you also have a document from

your school that proves you're enrolled

there if you don't have any of those

forms of ID you can get a free voter ID

at the DMV office there's a link below

with more information on how to get one

you can also use the same website you

use to check your registration and find

your polling place to look at a sample

ballot it'll tell you everything you'll

be able to vote for in this election you

don't have to vote for every single

thing on the ballot you can leave things

blank if you want to but your local

elections are pretty important so it's

worth checking out what's on there ahead

of time you can even take a screenshot

or print it out and bring it to the

polls with you so you don't forget

exactly how you want it to vote and one

last thing if you're going to vote take

a second right now

open up your Notes app grab a pen and

paper and make a plan write down when

and how you're gonna register what time

you're gonna vote how you're gonna get

there

what ID you're gonna use even who you're

gonna bring to the polls with you having

a plan is a great way to make sure that

nothing unexpected stuffs you from

voting on November 3rd all the links you

need to check your registration vote

early and finds your polling location

are in the description thanks for being

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