How to Register to Vote
Wisconsin law requires every qualified voter to maintain a current voter registration before voting in an election. Therefore, you must complete a voter registration application if you are a new Wisconsin voter, your name and/or residential address has changed since you last registered to vote, or if you have not voted in the past four (4) years.
- First, your information must be current with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). Have you updated your address with the DMV? If not, first update your address for free on the DMV’s website. Name changes cannot be completed online with the DMV; you must go to a DMV office in order to complete the name change.
- Second, once your address and name are up-to-date with the DMV, go to MyVote in order to update your voter registration. Your voter registration information is not updated until you go to MyVote and complete the registration process.
2. By Mail
9075 N Regent Road
Bayside, WI 53212
3. On Election Day
You may register and vote at the voting site on any Election Day.
Any person registering to vote and voting on Election Day must have lived at their current address for at least 28 days before the election with no present intent to move and must provide an acceptable proof of residence document from the list below.