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The  links below will take you to a variety of resources you can use to check on you r voter status, register to vote, preview a sample ballot, obtain an absentee ballot, learn about your voting districts, read about candidates' positions and about current issues.
How do I register to vote?
To vote in Wisconsin you need to be registered. You can register any time up to and including election day. Before an election, you can register in person at your city clerk's office, or by completing a voter registration application and mailing it to your city clerk. On election day, you can register at your polling place with ID and proof of address.   More information about WI Voter ID 

https://myvote.wi.gov/ : Check your voting status, register to vote, preview a ballot for the upcoming election, obtain an absentee ballot, check your voting district and contact the WI Government Accountability Board for additional information. Or call: Toll-Free Voter Help Line: 1-866-VOTE-WIS (U.S. Only)

http://wisconsinvote.org/resources Voter registration and ID requirements information, downloadable registration forms,  municipal clerk contact information, Candidate biographies, contact information, position histories and news, including videos.Voting districts and races information, and coverage of important issues news

Project Vote Smart  Nationally recognized authority for voters' information in all 50 states. Candidate and issues profiles, candidate voting history and position profiles, speeches, funding sources and information about US government organization, legislation, offices and more. PVS is recognized as an expert resource on all aspects of US governance.

League of Women Voters  Non-partisan voters' rights organization,  The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin  advocates for active and informed participation in government. We bring people and communities together to consider challenging policy issues. The League provides unbiased voter education through candidate questionnaires and forums, and also provides trained election observers who will be present in polling places statewide on November 8th. Our observers will be the League's eyes and ears to monitor what happens at the polls and watch for any signs of voters being disenfranchised (voters being denied equal or fair access to ballots and polling places. Know Your Voting Rights .

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