A big election year is on the horizon and over 234,000 voters may find themselves removed from the voter registry.
On Friday, an Ozaukee County judge ruled the Wisconsin Election Commission must deactivate voters that have been flagged. What this means is that many people may show up on election day only to find that they aren't registered to vote.
This information from the ACLU of Wisconsin shows how you can register to vote.
- To see if you’re registered at your current address, check online here.
You have to REGISTER if:
There are many ways to register:
To register, if you have a current, valid Wisconsin driver’s license or Wisconsin ID, you need to put the license or ID number and expiration date on the online or paper registration form.
If you are registering in person or by mail, you have to show a document with your first and last name, and current (voting) address.
You CAN’T use collection notices, magazines or personal mail to prove your address.
The document with your name and current address can be: