Here are links to many frequently asked questions about voting in Wisconsin, including recent information about photo IDs and elections:
- Registration and Voting
Look up your voter status. Get voter registration forms. Check your voter registration status. Learn about Election Day Registration.
- Check your provisional ballot status here. Or, call the toll-free Voter Help Line at 1-866-VOTE-WIS.
- Non-English Voting Information
The G.A.B. provides voter registration forms in Spanish and Hmong languages, as well as glossaries in five Asian languages: Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Tagalog and Vietnamese.
- Absentee Voting
Visit this page to learn about absentee voting and for information about requesting an absentee ballot.
- Military and Overseas Voting
State and Federal laws contain special provisions to ensure that military personnel and U.S. citizens overseas are able to vote in elections back home.
Wisconsin election officials are responsible for ensuring that elections are conducted in a fair and impartial manner while maintaining the integrity of the election process. A key to developing and maintaining public trust is to make the election process accessible and transparent for all participants.
- Find My Polling Place
Use the Voter Public Access website to find your polling place, as well as check your voter registration information.
- Who Are My Legislators?
Visit the Wisconsin Legislature’s website to find out who represents you in state government.
- View Legislative Maps
Visit the Wisconsin Legislature’s website to see maps of Congressional, Senate and Assembly districts.
- Become a Poll Worker
Learn how you can become part of the democratic process by helping others exercise their right to vote.
- Request Confidentiality for Your Voter Information
Wisconsin law allows victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault or stalking to request that their voter information be made confidential.