Online Registration Available Until March 30, 2020
Need to Change your address, name, or are you a new Wisconsin Voter? You can register to vote online now through March 30 for the April 7 election. Click here to register to vote. To register to vote online, you will need a current WI driver license or WI state ID card, otherwise, you will need to mail in your form.
Need to update your address with DMV? You can update your DMV address here and then come back to MyVote to register to vote.
Once you have registered, you can request an absentee ballot by mail, click here to request your absentee ballot.
Because of this extended deadline, if you plan to go to in-person to vote, either during in-person absentee or on Election Day, please don’t register online, you can register in-person when you get your ballot.
SPECIAL NOTICE WITH RESPECT TO ONLINE REGISTRATION AND ABSENTEE BALLOTS FOR APRIL 7, 2020, ELECTION ONLY DUE TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC
By order of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Wisconsin, online registration to vote is extended until March 30, 2020, for the April 7, 2020 Spring Election and Presidential Primary ONLY. This order is notwithstanding ANY contrary Wisconsin Statute, notice on this website, other State websites or other writing or postings.
The primary purpose of this extension is to facilitate voting by absentee ballots for those who may no longer wish to or who are unable to vote in person during the absentee voting period on or before Friday, April 3, 2020, or at their polling place on Election Day, April 7, 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic.
If you are not currently registered to vote in the State of Wisconsin, you may register through the MyVote Wisconsin website. Registering online requires that you already have a valid, unexpired Wisconsin driver’s license or Wisconsin state ID card. The address, name, date of birth, and driver license number you are using to register to vote must match the information that DMV has on file for you. If you need to update your address with DMV, you can do so online.
To obtain an absentee ballot, you will not only have to complete the online registration process if you are not already registered, but you will also need to request that an absentee ballot be mailed to you. This may be done either through the MyVote Wisconsin website or through a separate written request submitted to your municipal clerk.
When requesting an absentee ballot through MyVote, if you have not previously submitted a copy of your photo ID, you will need to submit a copy of your photo ID electronically through the MyVote site. Photo ID must also be submitted by a first-time absentee voter if the request is made by other written means. The photo ID may be a Wisconsin driver license or State ID card, a U.S. passport or certificate of naturalization, a military ID or a veterans identification card, or a student ID card issued by a Wisconsin accredited university or college which is accompanied by proof of enrollment.