Attention!  Information To Help You Exert Your Voting Power!

Local Sources:

Voter Education & Registration Assistance Project (VERAP) is a collaborative program with libraries in our area to promote voter registration for all eligible adults.  The Instructional Notebooks will be available for use at a computer in the library and the Resource Notebook will be used by library staff to answer questions about online voting registration as well as paper registration, photo ID, and voting.

Interested libraries can find more information about the program here and “training tools” here.

UPDATES: Revised Acceptable Photo IDs poster (now has the 2018 expiration dates) on page 23 of the Instructional Notebook, Online Voter Registration Instructions at AND on page 28 in the Resource Notebook. 2020 Elections in Wisconsin (replaces 2018 or 2019-2020 Elections in Wisconsin on pages 6, 40, 68 of the Resource Notebook, and page 6 in the Instructional Notebook, Online Voter Registration Instructions at

How to Register and Vote Brochure

Citizen’s Guide to the Wisconsin State Legislature (handout May 14, 2019 meeting)

Guide to WI State Legislature Website




MyVote Wisconsin is your one-stop website for everything you need to know about when, where and how to register and vote.

The site provides all Wisconsin residents — registered and non-registered electors — with information regarding the date of their next election, where they vote, what will appear on their ballot, voter registration, absentee voting, the ward and districts in which they live, who holds office in their area, and how to contact their municipal clerk.

Registered electors have access to more detailed information than non-registered electors.

All residents may use the website to create and print a new or updated voter registration application, which they then sign and mail to their municipal clerk or hand deliver and sign in the presence of the municipal clerk or polling place election inspector.

In addition, military voters and permanent overseas voters may use MyVote Wisconsin to request and receive an absentee ballot online.

You may also want to check out the  the Wisconsin Elections Commission and the State of Wisconsin Ethics Commission which have more general information about Wisconsin elections. is your access to the online voters’ guide sponsored by League of Women Voters and populated with information written by candidates who will appear on your ballot in the next election.

Enter your address to find your polling place, build your ballot with our online voters’ guide and much more!

With our voters’ guide you can see the races on your ballot, compare candidates’ positions side-by-side, and print out a “ballot” indicating your preferences as a reminder and take it with you to the polls on Election Day.

Check out our resources for military and overseas voters!
bringit.png is the official website that tells you what photo ID you need to bring with you to vote on election day.  On that site you can find out: (1) Which photo IDs you can use, (2) How to get a free photo ID if you need it, (3) What the exceptions are to the photo ID requirement.


League Advocacy for Voters

LWVNOW’s voter advocacy is concentrated in tHREE areas

  1. Facilitating voter registration among area students who are close to age 18 and/or high school graduation. This involves working with student leaders and service clubs, as well as school administration and faculty.

  2. Collaborating with libraries (school, college, and public) to promote voter registration for all eligible community members with our Voter Education & Registration Assistance Project (VERAP).  

  3. Working with the Wisconsin League of Women Voters (LWVWI) to have a better legislative redistricting mechanism in place prior to the 2020 census.

Document your voter outreach activity HERE



Wisconsin State LWV voters’ rights ADVOCACY

Click to view the LWV WI website page Voting Information.


National LWV voters’ rights ADVOCACY


Click to view the LWV website page Protecting Voters