Upcoming Election: Tuesday, April 7th, 2020
What’s on the ballot? Justice of The Wisconsin Supreme Court
- It is recommended that you register to vote in advance. At Register to Vote, find out if you are already registered. If not, this website will take you through the process step-by-step.
- You can register at the polls if you bring the right proof of residence and identity. For more information, please visit the WI Elections Commission First Time Voter
- Our Advocates can assist you in obtaining relevant documents.
- You must provide proof of residence to register. More about documentation is at My Vote WI-proof of residence.
- You must show state-issued ID to vote. Learn about photo ID requirements at My Vote WI-Photo-ID. It is best to have state-issued identification: In addition to voting, state-issued ID can help you in employment, driving, opening a bank account, entering a federal or state building, etc.
- Advocates can assist you in keeping your address confidential. To register as a Confidential Voter. For more information, check out the WI Elections Commission Confidential Voter
- If you are homeless or staying in shelter, Advocates can help you with the process of proving residence. Information is at the WI Elections Commission Homeless Voters
- When can I vote?
- Absentee: request an absentee ballot well in advance at My Vote WI Absentee
- Early Voting (In-Person Absentee): Dates vary by district. Contact the Municipal Clerk for more information. See My Vote Municipal Clerk
- On Election Day:
- When? Polls are open from 7:00am to 8:00pm. If you are in line by 8:00pm, you will be allowed to vote.
- Where? See Find your Polling Place
- What do I need to bring with me? You must have a state-issued photo ID. More information is at Bring It WI.
- See who and what will be on your ballot at My Vote WI Preview My Ballot
- Want to know more about the election? See the League of Women Voters of WI to find out more..Here’s what will be on the ballot for the next election.
Justice Of The Supreme Court
Vote For One
- Jill J. Karofsky
- Daniel Kelly
Where do candidates stand on the issues that matter to you?