MILWAUKEE — On Sept. 22, Wisconsin residents will be allowed to head to Miller Park and register to vote or request an absentee ballot for the 2020 presidential election.
National Voter Registration Day is on Tuesday, Sept. 22 this year. To celebrate, the City of Milwaukee Election Commission and the Milwaukee Brewers are hosting a drive-thru voter registration event.
The event will take place from 2 p.m. until 7 p.m. and will be open to all Wisconsin residents 18-years-old or older.
While residents are registering to vote, they will also be able to request an absentee ballot which will then be mailed to their home as the election approaches.
According to the Brewers, the event will be staffed by volunteers from Wisconsin Voices and is the first of two drive-thru events at Miller Park.
The second event will take place during early voting, which will be Oct. 20 through Nov. 1.
The Brewers and City of Milwaukee Election Commission are asking that all visitors stay in their vehicles and follow the signs around Miller Park.
During the event, visitors will be met by volunteers wearing appropriate PPE who will walk them through the process of registering, and requesting an absentee ballot.
When interacting with the volunteers, the Brewers ask that you wear a mask.
In order to register, you must bring proof of address, and a valid ID is required when requesting an absentee ballot.
Visitors will not be allowed to walk up or walk through the drive-thru so if you don't have a vehicle or can't make it, you can register and request a ballot here.