While elections all across the country are being affected by COVID-19, we have compiled information including key dates and deadlines, links to online voter registration and absentee ballot request forms, and other helpful resources and details regarding Wisconsin’s elections and voting in 2020.
|WI Elections and Coronavirus (COVID-19)||Wisconsin Elections Commission website containing clerk communications, news releases, videos and other important information for election officials and voters about this public health emergency.
For information about what the State of Wisconsin is doing in response to the pandemic, visit the state’s official COVID-19 website: https://govstatus.egov.com/wi-covid-19
|Find your polling location||Your assigned polling place is based on where you live. Find your polling place (where you may vote), view your polling place’s hours, and get directions.||Website|
|What is on your ballot||Your ballot and local election information are based on where you live. Find your next local election and see what will be on your next ballot.||Website|
|2020 Election Dates||2020 Wisconsin election dates and information.||Website|
|Municipal Clerk Contact Info||Search by address to find your Municipal Clerk at My Vote Wisconsin.||Website|
|Wisconsin Elections Commission Contact Info||Contact the Wisconsin Elections Commission at 1-866-Vote-Wis or at firstname.lastname@example.org||Website|
REGISTER TO VOTE
|Online voter registration||Register to vote online at My Vote Wisconsin||Website|
|Update your name or address||If you have legally changed your name, then you will need to update your voter record by submitting a new voter registration. If you have moved to a new address then you will need to update your voter record by submitting a new voter registration.||Website|
|Voter registration information||Local guidance on voter registration information from the Wisconsin Election Commission’s website.||Website|
VOTING BY MAIL
|Request your mail-in ballot online||Under Wisconsin law, voters do not need a reason or excuse, such as being out of town on Election Day, to vote absentee. Any voter who prefers to vote by absentee ballot may request one. You can request your absentee ballot online at My Vote Wisconsin.||Website|
|Absentee ballot voting information||Local guidance on absentee voting information from the Wisconsin Election Commission’s website.||Website|