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Register to Vote Online Deadline is Midnight Tonight

The Spring Election is on April 7th and the deadline to register online for this election is midnight tonight. This is important because many people will want to vote absentee for this election from the comfort of their homes. An absentee ballot is a paper ballot that is mailed to you, filled out and mailed back. If you want to vote absentee, you must first register to vote and the online registration deadline is midnight tonight. Visit MyVote.wi.gov to request an absentee ballot. 

 

All voters in Wisconsin can request an absentee ballot be mailed to them for any reason and here are the requirements:

  • Voters must be registered before they can request an absentee ballot.
  • Voters must provide a photo ID with the absentee ballot request. Simply snap a picture of your driver's license. Visit  Bring It To The Ballot for more information on photo ID's. 
  • Voters must use Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Firefox, or Safari. Older browsers, such as Internet Explorer 11, are no longer supported.

The above information is only for online requests. You may still register to vote at the polls on election day or at your local municipality through April 3rd. Also, absentee applications must be received by the clerk no later than 5pm on April 3rd in order for an absentee ballot to be mailed to you.

Early Voting at Municipality Offices

Most municipalities begin early, in-person voting in their offices on Monday, March 23rd (Milwaukee started already). Click the links below for more specifics on the voting days, hours and locations.

Butler

Erin 

Lannon 

Lisbon

Menomonee Falls

Milwaukee

 Richfield 

Governor Evers' New Website

Governor Evers unveiled a new Coronavirus website. It is your one-stop-shop for all government information and assistance regarding this issue. There is also a subscription link to keep you updated on this ever-changing pandemic. 

 

 The Brighter Side...

Our lives are affected in many ways by this pandemic. We can't change the fact that it's happening but we can decide how to react to it. When worry strikes, think about a few things you are grateful for. Focus on the things that are going well, things you've already overcome, and the people you love. Get outside when you can and try to find your silver lining in all this. This too shall pass.

 

Representative Janel Brandtjen
State Capitol, Room 12 West
PO Box 8952
Madison, WI 53708

Toll-Free (888) 534-0022 or (608) 267-2367
Rep.Brandtjen@legis.wi.gov | |