The 2022 Midterm Elections are on
Tuesday, November 8th
Early voting begins Tuesday, October 25th
Scroll down for information on ways to cast a ballot, early vote information, our Rides to the Polls program, and other voting resources. Voting is your right and your vote has power! Make your voice heard!
Update your address.
If you have moved or changed your name, you will need to update your voter registration. The deadline to do so online is Oct. 19th.
Register to vote.
The online and by mail voter registration deadline is Oct. 19th. Wisconsin also offers in-person registration on Election Day.
Registered voters can request to vote absentee by mail. The deadline to do so is Nov. 3rd at 5pm.
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 November General Election, you have until Thursday, November 3rd at 5pm to request an absentee ballot. If you need to vote absentee by mail, we recommend requesting an absentee ballot ASAP. It takes time for election officials to process your request and mail you your ballot.
2. Vote Early In-Person from Tuesday, October 25 – Saturday, November 5*
*Note: In-person early voting options vary by municipality and some municipalities may not offer early voting hours.
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! The USPS recommends mailing your ballot back no later than a week before Election Day. All absentee ballots must be received by 8pm on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8th.
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 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, November 8th.
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 one of the cities above to see your in-person early voting options. Thank you to the municipal clerks in Kenosha, Green Bay, and Milwaukee for adding bonus sites and/or expanded hours to the list of in-person early voting options for the 2022 Midterm Elections! If you do not live in one of these cities, you can still find out where to vote early by clicking the button below.
Rides to the Polls
Rides to the Polls is a program that matches voters with drivers, offering free rides to Milwaukee voters would like to vote during the Early Voting period or on Election Day. At this time, the program is only available in Milwaukee. To help us expand for future elections, please consider supporting our work with a donation.
Request a ride to the polls!
At this time, we are not yet accepting requests. Please check back later or get in touch with us if you have questions about our program.
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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 (Oct. 25th – Nov. 6th), or on Election Day, Tuesday, November 8th, please sign up below.