Your vote counts!
2023 Spring Primary – February 21, 2023
Finding out if you're registered to vote
My Vote Wisconsin is a website where you can find out if you are registered to vote, find your polling place, find out what will be on your ballot, update your information, register to vote, find out about absentee ballots, track a ballot, and who your local clerk is.
Voting in a facility
Voting rights under a guardianship
Voting in-person with a disability
Voting when homeless
Responsibilities of municipalities
Low or No Cost Transportation Options for Voting
Find information on low or no-cost transportation options for Brown County residents who are older or have a disability and need transportation assistance for voting purposes.
Transportation is available to get to the polls on the day of the election, early absentee voting, registering, or obtaining an ID to register.
Coalition of Voting Organizations (COVO) of Brown County WI
COVO is a local, nonpartisan volunteer organization in Brown County, Wisconsin. COVO assists voters with registration and information about upcoming elections and provides FREE RIDES during early voting hours. Call 445-8671 to schedule your ride, at least one day ahead of time. For more information visit: www.facebook.com/COVOBCWI/ .
Curative Connections Transportation
Older adults and adults with disabilities outside of the transit service area who need a ride in order to vote can request that the fee be waived for that purpose. Please call as early as possible to allow planning for service. Call (920) 227-4273 to schedule your ride.
Disability Rights Wisconsin (DRW)
Help is available for voters with disabilities. The Disability Rights Wisconsin Voter Hotline can help with voting questions or assist voters to report a concern. The DRW Hotline will also share with voters any information they have received about transportation, when available. Contact the DRW Hotline at 844-DIS-VOTE/ 844-8683 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Green Bay Transit
Those residing in the City of Green Bay can participate in early in-person absentee voting, which is being offered at City Hall on several days, including some Saturdays when the bus is free to everyone. Call (920) 448-3450 or visit https://greenbaywi.gov/231/Metro-Transit for more information.
Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition
Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition is compiling information about transportation options for voters with disabilities and will be posting information as it becomes available. Check their website at https://disabilityvote.org/.
This information does not deny a person’s ability to use Green Bay Transit options, Brown County Voucher Program, Curative Connections or any unsubsidized service at the regular rate.