Make sure you have the voting information you need to vote in the
Aug. 9, 2022 Primary Election.
Check your registration and help others register at www.myvote.wi.gov
- First, check to see if you’re registered to vote here. If you’re not registered, you can register in-person when you vote. Just make sure you have a proof of residence document for your registration and a valid photo ID to vote. This can be a tribal ID or Wisconsin driver’s license.
- Know what’s on your ballot. You can find a sample ballot on MyVote here.
- Not sure who to vote for? The League of Women Voters of Wisconsin recently published its Fall Voter Guide with unbiased candidate information in English and in Spanish on VOTE411.
- Absentee ballots must be received by election day Aug. 9 at 8 p.m. You can return your ballot in the mail or drop off your ballot in-person. Reach out to your clerk to find out where you can return your absentee ballot in-person.
- You can also vote in-person on Election Day on Tuesday, Aug. 9. Make sure you bring a valid photo ID and know where your polling place is (your polling location may have changed this year). All polling locations are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- If you have a disability, federal law protects your right to have assistance mailing your ballot, and also to have a person of your choice deliver your ballot to your clerk or polling place. Visit this web page for more information or call the Disability Rights Wisconsin Voter Hotline at 844-347-8683.
Guidance from Disability Rights WI for requesting a accommodation for ballot return assistance.
View the Process for Requesting an Accommodation for Ballot Return Assistance (accessible PDF).
DRW Voter Hotline: 1-844-347-8683