MADISON, WI (WSAU) - Today is the last day for voter registration drives and mail-in voter registration in Wisconsin, but you still have ways to make sure your votes are counted.
Wisconsin voters can still register in their municipal clerk’s office and even at the polling place on Election Day. The state’s top election official is Kevin Kennedy, and he says you can even register on-line at the new MyVote.WI.gov, website. You’ll just have to print the web form and sign it, then bring it with you to the clerk or the polling place.
Kennedy says about 900-thousand of Wisconsin’s 4-point-4 million eligible voters are not registered. If you’ve voted before and haven’t changed addresses, you’re already registered.
If your election day schedule makes it difficult to vote, remember you can cast in-person absentee ballots at your clerks’ office starting Monday until Friday, November 2. Voting hours vary depending upon municipal clerk office hours.
We have a link to the state’s voter information and registration website: