Lt. Gov. Barnes today delivered the Democratic Radio Address on the start of early in-person voting in the state, including some important reminders for Wisconsin voters in order for them to vote safely.
Hey Wisconsin! This week marked the start of early in-person voting in our state.
Here are just a few things to remember about early in-person voting:
One – hours and locations depend on where you live, so go to myvote.wi.gov to find in-person absentee voting options or contact your local clerk’s office to find out where and when you can vote early.
Two – when you go vote, make sure you don’t forget to bring your photo ID, your mask, some hand sanitizer, and your own black or blue pen if you can.
Three – if you aren’t registered at your current address yet, no problem. You can register at your early in-person voting location. Just be sure to also bring a proof of residence. Check if you’re registered and learn more about proof of residence at myvote.wi.gov as well.
We are under two weeks out from Election Day, but you don’t have to wait to make your voice heard. So get out and vote early, Wisconsin!