What’s the Biggest Story: Wisconsin’s Election or Trump’s Indictment
Hands down. Wisconsin’s election.
Election Day Basics
Polls are open until 8 p.m. All eligible voters in line at 8 p.m. will be able to vote.
To see what is on your ballot specifically, check your voter registration and find your polling place, visit myvote.wi.gov.
To cast a ballot, a form of identification is required.
Voters can bring a Wisconsin driver’s license, even if driving privileges are revoked or suspended; a Wisconsin Identification Card from the Department of Motor Vehicles, which are available for free; a military ID; or a U.S. passport.
In-person registration is available at polling places on election day.
All voters must have proof of residency with their registration. Documents such as utility bills issued within the last 90 days; bank, credit union, credit card, or mortgage statements; paychecks; and leases are accepted documents, among others.
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