Election season is almost in full swing. Are you prepared to vote?
To vote in Wisconsin, you will need a form of photo ID. According to the Wisconsin Elections Commission, a driver's license, state ID card, military ID, U.S. passport, or tribal ID are acceptable.
- How do I know what's going to be on my ballot?
- Where can I find my polling place?
- How do I check to see if I'm registered to vote?
- How do I see what is going to be on my ballot?
If you don't have a photo ID, you can request a free state ID. To get one, head to your nearest DMV and make sure you have proof of identity, proof of citizenship or legal status, proof of Wisconsin residency, and proof of name and date of birth. To view documents qualify under those categories, click here.
Anyone with questions related to obtaining an ID to vote should call DMV’s toll-free Voter ID hotline at (844) 588-1069.
To learn more about what to bring to the polls, click here.