Voter Registration

How to Register

All municipalities in Wisconsin require voter registration prior to a person being allowed to vote. If you move your residence or change your name, you are required to update your voter registration information. In addition, state law requires that an individual live within their community a minimum of 10 days prior to registration. There are four ways to register:


My Vote Eligible Wisconsin Voters who have a current and valid Wisconsin Driver License or Wisconsin State ID Card can now register completely online! If your name, date of birth, Wisconsin Driver License or State ID number, and address all match the information on file with the Wisconsin DMV, you will no longer need to mail or deliver your registration form!

If your information is current with Wisconsin DMV, you can start a new voter registration, update the name on your voter registration, or update your address for voting purposes. If your information with Wisconsin DMV is not current, you will first need to update your information with the Wisconsin DMV before you register to vote online. You can update your address online with Wisconsin DMV at If you need to update your name with the Wisconsin DMV, you will need to appear in-person at a Wisconsin DMV office. Learn more about updating your name here

By Mail

If the online application process is unable to match your voter information with Wisconsin DMV, or if you do not have a current Wisconsin Driver License or Wisconsin State ID card you will still be able to use MyVote to start your voter registration. You will be able to complete your registration form on the MyVote site, then you will then need to print, sign, and mail or deliver your form to clerk's office along with a proof of residence document. Detailed instructions on completing this process will be provided during the online submission process.

In Person

Register in the municipal clerk's office up to 5 pm on the Friday before the election. Proof of residence is required.

All voters must provide PROOF OF RESIDENCE when registering to vote by mail or in-person. 

At the Polling Place on Election Day

You can register to vote at your polling place on Election Day.  All voter registration applications must include proof of residency.