Vote Center


The 2022 Wisconsin Primary Election is

Tuesday, August 9th

Early voting begins Tuesday, July 26th

Scroll down for information on ways to cast a ballot, early vote information, our Rides to the Polls program in Milwaukee, and other voting resources. Voting is your right! Make your voice heard!

Update your address.

If you have moved or changed your name, you will need to update your voter registration. You can do so online for the August primary until July 20th.

Register to vote.

Click on the button below to check if you're registered to vote. If not, you can register online for the August primary by July 20th, or in-person on Election Day.

Request an
absentee ballot.

Registered voters can request to vote absentee by mail in the August primary by August 4th. Return your ballot ASAP.

Find my
polling place.

 Know where to vote in-person on Election Day. You can also register to vote in-person at your polling place on Election Day.

Ways to Cast a Ballot in Wisconsin


1. Vote Absentee by Mail

You must be registered to vote to request an absentee mail ballot. To vote absentee by mail in the Wisconsin August primary, you have until Thursday, August 4th at 5pm to request an absentee ballot. If you need to vote absentee by mail, we recommend requesting an absentee ballot TODAY. It takes time for election officials to process your request and mail you your ballot.

2. Vote Early In-Person from Tuesday, July 26 – Sunday, August 7*

*Note: Early Voting dates differ based on city. See below for Milwaukee, Green Bay, and Kenosha's early vote schedule.

If you live outside of these cities, you can search for your absentee in-person (aka, early voting) options here.

How can you return your absentee ballot?

1. By mail ASAP. Since there will no longer be ballot drop boxes available, make sure you fill out your mail ballot and get it in the mail as soon as you can! All absentee ballots must be received by 8pm on Election Day, Tuesday, August 9th.
2. Bring your ballot to your clerk. We recommend doing this if there is not enough time to mail your ballot back through the USPS. Please note: all ballots must be received by 8pm on Election Day, Tuesday, August 9th. All ballots must be delivered to the clerk by the person whose name is on the ballot. Find your clerk's office address here

3. Vote in person on Election Day, Tuesday, August 9th.

Polls are open from 7am – 8pm.

If you are in line at 8pm, stay in line! You are still able to vote.

Workers in Wisconsin have the right to request time off (in advance) to vote on Election Day. For more information, visit the Department of Workforce Development's website here.

Early Voting Information

Click on the names above to find more information. If you do not live in one of these cities, please click the button below to find your early vote options.

Rides to the Polls


Rides to the Polls is a program that matches voters with drivers, offering free rides to Milwaukee voters who otherwise would not be able to get to the polls to go vote during Early Voting or on Election Day. Right now, Souls to the Polls is accepting volunteer drivers and soliciting requests for rides. This program is only available in Milwaukee at this time. To help us expand for future elections, please consider supporting our work with a donation.


Request a ride to the polls!

Souls to the Polls volunteers are offering free rides to the polls in Milwaukee during the early vote period (July 26th – August 6th), or on Election Day, Tuesday, August 9th. Call 414-383-1821 to schedule your ride today!

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Sign up to be a volunteer driver!

If you are interested in driving voters to the polls (in Milwaukee) during the early vote period (July 26th – August 6th), or on Election Day, Tuesday, August 9th, please fill out Souls to the Polls's volunteer form below.

Voting Assistance

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Click below for more information on:

  • What's on your ballot

  • Military and overseas voting

  • Resources in Español

  • Voting as a college student

  • Accommodations for voters with disabilities

  • Accommodations for voters without a permanent address

  • And more.