Photo ID Required – Wisconsin law now requires voters to present a photo ID before obtaining a ballot. Provisional Ballots – Voters unable to provide an acceptable form of photo ID on Election Day will become provisional voters. Hospitalized Voters – Hospitalized voters may appoint an agent to pick up their ballot from their local municipal clerk’s office and must bring with them the hospitalized voter’s photo ID.
Absentee Ballot Voting – Unless you are on the permanent absentee list or are in a nursing home or care facility, your municipal clerk’s office will need to have a photocopy of your ID on file before it can send you an absentee ballot. Voters Confined to their Homes – Voters indefinitely confined to their homes because of age or disability can send their municipal clerk a letter, asking to be on the permanent absentee list. Voters in Nursing Homes & Facilities – Absentee voters in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, and community based residential facilities with five or more beds may vote when two election officials bring absentee ballots to the facility before the election. Obtaining a Free State ID Card – If you are eligible to vote but do not have a Wisconsin license or ID card, you may obtain a free ID for voting. Just be sure to bring originals – photocopies don’t work – and check the box that says “ID for Free” on your application. Unavailable Documentation – Rather than pay a fee for the documentation required for a free Wisconsin ID, you may petition the DMV to verify your identity with a state or federal agency.


If you have questions regarding this process or your status, please feel free to contact the Wisconsin DMV at (608) 266-1069. Change of Name or Address – If your name or address has changed, you need to re-register to vote and provide proof of residence. Early Voting – In-person absentee voting (also known as early voting) runs on weekdays for two weeks before an election, ending at 5 p.m.
Accessible Voting – All polling places in Wisconsin must provide accessible voting equipment.
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Provisional ballots are not counted unless the voter provides their municipal clerk with an acceptable photo ID by 4 p.m. To get a free ID card, you will need to take a few documents to your Division of Motor Vehicles office (DMV). Once it is complete, you will get a receipt (valid for 45 days) that you can use at the polls until your state ID arrives by mail.


Remember that Wisconsin law requires that you live at your current address for 28 consecutive days to be eligible to vote from your new address. If you are unable to make it into your polling place due to a disability, curbside voting from your car is also available.
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In order to remain on the permanent absentee list, the voter needs to return his or her absentee ballot for every election. The DMV will attempt to process applications in less than seven business days, but completion time may be longer. If you have lived at your new address for less than 28 consecutive days before the election you are still eligible to vote from your former address. The mighty Catholic church acknowledges science and scientific breakthroughs as a gift from god.



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