Voting Resources

Make a plan to vote!
Make your vote count. The first step is knowing the deadlines.

Know what you need!
You must show an acceptable photo ID when voting at the polls or by absentee ballot. 

Know where to go!
Many polling locations have been changed due to covid. Verify yours before you go.

Don’t want to vote November 3rd?
Find an early voting or ballot dropbox location in your district.

Need help with registering or voting?
We’ve got you covered! Call the Voter Assistance Hotline at (608) 336-3232.

Be prepared!
Know what offices you are voting for, and who the candidates are in advance.

Make your voice heard!
The public gets to choose what happens on two important issues. Be informed before you head to the polls.

Want to vote by mail?
Here’s a step by step guide. 

Be proactive!
Some voters may find that their registration has been purged when they get to the polls. Verfy that you are current before heading out to vote.

Find out if your absentee ballot has been received!
Once you drop your ballot into the mail or an official drop box, check here to see if it’s been officially received.

Voter Purge 

“Elections officials sent the letters based on information compiled by the Electronic Registration Information Center, or ERIC, a coalition of 28 states and Washington, D.C. that tries to keep voter rolls as accurate as possible. 

ERIC flags voters who file address changes with the post office or register vehicles at new addresses. In some cases their information is faulty and the voters haven’t moved. For instance, people could be flagged as having moved if they registered a vehicle at a business address instead of their home address. 

Voters who are removed from the voter rolls, whether correctly or mistakenly, can regain the ability to cast ballots by re-registering online, at their clerk’s office or at the polls on election day. Be sure to bring documents to prove who you are and where you live.

 We will be clarifying criteria that would trigger the purging of a voter registration. 

What we know now:

  • If a person moved and didn’t vote for four years they would be purged. 
  • They would be notified first. 

There is a significant percentage of purged registrations that have been done in error. If you feel that you should not have been purged, please contact us at

The Wisconsin Democratic Party  is working on developing resources and support for this issue. We will provide more information when available.