For Sample Ballot and more information see myvote.wi.gov website
Free ID Card to VOTE
The State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation will issue free state issued identification cards to any eligible voter that makes the request for the free ID ďfor purposes of votingĒ. If you are a regular voter that does not have a valid driverís license or current state issued identification, you may want to take the opportunity to receive that free identification card soon to avoid the rush at election time. You cannot have a current driverís license and receive a free state ID.
For More Information
http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/index.htm or http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/drivers/apply/idcard.htm
Where do I
Voter Public Access
Election Contingency Plan
Next Election will be in February 2014
Must have resided here for a minimum of 28 days.
2) Must be 18 years old.
3) Canít be registered to vote elsewhere.
4) Canít be a convicted felon.
Proof of Residence
Only items on this list count as proof-of-residence. Junk mail does not count.
∑ a current and valid Wisconsin driverís license.
∑ a current and valid Wisconsin I.D. card.
∑ any other official I.D. card or license issued by a Wisconsin governmental body or unit.
∑ any employer-issued photo I.D. card, issued in the normal course of business, but not including a business card.
∑ a university, college or technical college fee card or I.D. card with your photo and current address.
∑ a utility bill (e.g., gas, electric, cable TV or telephone) for the period commencing not earlier than 90 days before
∑ a bank statement
∑ a real estate (i.e., property) tax bill or receipt for the current year or the year preceding the date of the election
∑ a current residential lease which is effective for a period that includes election day (NOT for first-time voters
registering by mail, however).
∑ a pay check or a government check or other document issued by unit of government.
All forms of proof must contain a complete name, including both the first and last name; and a current and complete residential address, including a numbered street address, if any, and the name of a municipality. Forms which have an expiration date must be valid on election day in order to constitute acceptableproof of residence at that election.
If you donít have written proof, bring a friend (with identification) who lives in the same municipality. This person can serve as a corroborator (witness) to verify your address. He or she does not need to be a registered voter but must provide proof of residence, which must be in the same municipality.
Voters may register by mail by completing the Application for Voter Registration and mailing it to the Town of Westport, 5387 Mary Lake Road, Waunakee, WI 53597. The application must be postmarked no later than the 20th day (3rd Wednesday) before the election. In addition, first-time Wisconsin voters registering to vote by mail must also provide a copy of proof of residence.
You may register to vote in person at the Westport Kennedy Administration Building at 5387 Mary Lake Road, Waunakee, WI 53597 during regular open office hours. You are required to provide your driver's license number on the registration form. In addition, please make sure to bring along an acceptable proof-of-residence.
If the person registering on election day has a valid Wisconsin driverís license, he or she must provide the number to the registration deputy. If the person registering does not have the driverís license number with him/her, or refuses to provide the number, the person may vote a provisional ballot. The person must then provide the number to the municipal clerk by 4:00 the next afternoon in order for his/her vote to be counted. If the person does not have a valid Wisconsin driverís license, he or she may provide the last 4 digits of his/her social security number or his/her Wisconsin ID card number, and he/she will be permitted to vote.
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My Vote gives the public a new means of getting information about voter registration, voting history, normal polling place locations, current office holders, and sample ballots for upcoming elections. Voters who do not find registration information about themselves in My Vote should try using a birth date of 01/01/1900. If this works, it means that the clerk does not have the voter's correct birth date on file, but the person is still registered to vote. myvote.wi.gov
Absentee Ballot Request Form
Absentee ballots may be requested in writing by qualified registered electors prior to the election. Please see How to Apply for an Absentee Ballot for more details and the absentee ballot request form. Voters may vote the ballot in person during regular open office hours and until 5:00pm on the Friday prior to election day at the Town of Westport Administration Building, 5387 Mary Lake Road, Waunakee, WI 53597. The deadline for requesting an absentee ballot to be sent by mail is 5:00 pm the Thursday before the election.