The websites below provide nonpartisan information to help you vote and become a more informed voter!
How and Where to Vote
MyVote Wisconsin – register to vote, find your polling place, find out what’s on your ballot and more.
Bring It to the Ballot – explains the new voter photo ID law, what forms of ID will be accepted when you vote and where to get a valid photo ID.
My Municipal Clerk – a locator to find where to vote, including early in-person and absentee voting.
Absentee Voting – explains how to vote early (either in-person absentee or receive your ballot in the mail) – remember anyone who is registered can vote absentee!
Wisconsin Elections Commission – provided links to how to vote, where to vote and what forms of identification will be accepted to vote.
Learn about the Issues and Candidates
Wisconsin Election Resources
WisconsinVote.org -the site provides news reports, blogs, debate information and election-related resources.
Wispolitics.com – the site, including their election blog, provides daily updates on all things political in Wisconsin and in Washington, DC.
Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition – a non-partisan effort to increase voting turnout and participation in the electoral process among members of Wisconsin’s disability community. You can also follow them on twitter and like their Facebook page
Wisconsin Democracy Campaign – the Democracy Campaign is a non-profit watchdog group that provides information on campaign finance and election transparency.
National Election Resources
Vote Smart – Just the Facts – a national site that provides unbiased facts on politicians (local, state and national)
Vote 411.org – learn about topics and voter registration from the League of Women Voters
American Association of People with Disabilities – 2016 Election – questionnaire responses from candidates on disability related issues