Be sure to make your voice heard this election! Find information on myvote.wi.gov and learn more about:
• Requesting an absentee ballot
• Where you can vote
• What’s on your ballot
• How to register to vote
• Tracking your ballot
If you are a person with a disability, you should know that you can receive assistance returning your absentee ballot. Following a ruling by a federal judge, the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) has provided guidance to municipal clerks affirming that any WI voter requiring assistance with mailing or delivering their absentee ballot to the clerk because of a disability must be permitted to receive assistance by a person of the voter’s choice. To know what is and is not required, check out the Q&A provided to the municipal clerks by the WEC as part of its guidance. This information and more regarding accessible voting can be found at elections.wi.gov.
If you need additional assistance, contact your municipal clerk or reach out to ADRC at
(920) 448-4300 and we can help get you connected!