What do I need to do to vote?
Voters must be registered to vote. You can register by completing a Wisconsin Voter Registration Application at My Vote Wisconsin or at Village Hall until the Friday prior to an election or at the polls on Election Day. Either way, you will be asked to provide an approved proof of residency. Polls are open from 7:00 am-8:00 pm on Election Day in the lower level of Village Hall. If you have moved or changed your name, you will need to complete a new Wisconsin Voter Registration Application, also available online. You are encouraged to do so before Election Day, but you can also register at the polls. You can find additional information, requirements, and forms at the Government Accountability Board, www.gab.wi.gov.

Voter ID is now law in the State of Wisconsin so if you are voting absentee you will have to show a valid photo ID as well as at the polls on Election Day. Visit the www,gab,wi.gov, the Government Accountability Board's website to see acceptable forms of photo identification. My Vote Wisconsin

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