Voter Registration – Are you Qualified to Vote?
You must be a Citizen of the United States
You must be 18 years of age or older on election day
You have to reside at your address for a minimum of 28 days. Proof of residence is required
How do I Register to Vote?
***Please note that registration is “closed” for the Nov. 8, 2022 General Election. This means you need to register in-person in the Clerk’s Office at Town Hall. MyVote.wi.gov will allow you to enter your information – however – you still must print out the form and bring it to Town Hall with acceptable proof of residency.
The Deadline to register in-person prior to the Nov. 8th election is Friday, Nov. 4th at 5PM. Following this deadline, you must register at your polling location on Election Day.
Register online – MyVote Wisconsin
You may also complete the Voter Registration Application (PDF). (EL-131) This form is specifically designed to facilitate data entry into the state voter registration system, which is mandated by the Help America Vote Act. You are also required to provide your Wisconsin driver’s license number or Wisconsin State ID (except on election day, when provisional balloting is allowed for persons who are unable to provide their driver’s license number at that time).
You may register to vote in the town clerk’s office during normal business hours up until the Friday before any election. After this, Registration must be done the day of the election at your polling location.
Registration by Mail (must be postmarked 20 days before the preceding election)
If you are registering to vote by mail, please attach a copy of one of the following:
- Current and valid photo identification
- Current driver’s license
- Current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or government document that shows your complete name and address