VOTER REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE
REGISTER TO VOTE IN WISCONSIN
Are you registered to vote? If you have not voted in Wisconsin before, or if your registration has lapsed, you will need to register.
If you have moved or changed your name since you last voted, you will need to update your name or address.
You can check on your registration status, register to vote, update your status, and more on the Wisconsin voter information website myvote.wi.gov
WISCONSIN NOW REQUIRES A PHOTO ID TO VOTE
Do you have an acceptable photo ID to vote? Find out at Bring it to the Ballot.
If in doubt about whether your photo ID qualifies as "acceptable for voting purposes", go to Bring it to the Ballot for a complete list.
If you do not have an acceptable photo ID you can obtain free photo ID at your local DMV office.
If you don't have the required documents to prove U.S. Citizenship, name and date of birth, and/or legal name change, you can still get a free ID through the Free ID and Identification Card Petition Process (IDPP).
FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE
You can find your polling place by entering your address into the myvote.wi.gov website.
You can find additional information for voting in Janesville from the City Clerk's Office www.ci.janesville.wi.us/vote.
HOW TO GET AN ABSENTEE BALLOT IN WISCONSIN
Registered Wisconsin voters may request an absentee ballot.
If you would like to request an absentee ballot, you first need to be registered to vote. If you are not registered or your name or address has changed, you will need to register or update your registration before requesting an absentee ballot.
You can request an absentee ballot ONLINE at the Wisconsin voter information website myvote.wi.gov
You can also request an absentee ballot through your municipal clerk (the Janesville City Clerk's Office. if you reside in the City of Janesville.
If you are in the military, you do not need to be registered to get an absentee ballot, but myvote.wi.gov or your municipal clerk's office will first need to search for your record.