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Registering to Vote in Wisconsin
To become registered to vote in Wisconsin you must submit a registration form, which you can do in several ways, including at the polling place on election day.
- Be a citizen of the United States
- Be at least 18 years old
- You must reside at your current address for at least 28 days. (use your former address if you have moved within this time frame)
- Can’t be deemed mentally incompetent by a judge or court of law
- Can’t be serving any part of a felony
- Can’t vote if you have placed a bet or a wager on the election outcome.
Where and How to Register
By mail: You can download the Wisconsin voter registration form from the My Vote Wisconsin website and mail it to the local municipal clerk.
In person: Wisconsin citizens can register in person at the local municipal clerks office, special registration deputy or even at the polling place on election day. (You must a provide proof of residence document when registering to vote in Wisconsin)
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