Wisconsin’s Spring Election is tomorrow — make your voice heard!
The Wisconsin Spring Election will be held tomorrow — Tuesday, April 5.
Wisconsin voters, make sure you’re prepared to cast your ballot this April by registering to vote, double-checking your registration, finding your polling location, and making sure you have the proper ID for voting.
The website myvote.wi.gov is a great resource for Wisconsin voters. Here you can see if you’re registered, register if you still need to, and find your polling location.
Residential students who plan to vote in Kenosha for the April 5 Spring Election will vote at the Civil War Museum, 5400 1st Ave., Kenosha, WI 53140. Voting is held from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
A photo ID is required and must be in the form of a Wisconsin driver’s license, Wisconsin state ID, or a valid voter ID card. Students can obtain voter ID cards from the Division of Student Affairs during normal office hours, or during a Voter ID Printing Event held in October. A student ID card will not suffice as a valid photo ID for voting. Find out more about student voter ID cards and upcoming printing events
Forgot to register to vote? You can register to vote on Election Day at the Kenosha Municipal Clerk’s Office (625 52nd St, Kenosha, WI 53140) or at your polling location. Check your registration status and find your polling location at myvote.wi.gov.
- Not sure if you’re registered? Check your voter registration status.
- Need a voter ID? Learn more about voter IDs.
- Watch a video tutorial on the myvote.wi.gov website