Who can vote by mail

All voters registered in Wisconsin can vote by mail

1. Get your absentee ballot application

Download and print the absentee ballot application

Get the form

2. Fill out the form

Step 1 · Provide your municipality and county

Step 2 · Provide your name, birthday, and contact information

Step 3 · Provide your address

3. Submit the form

Mail the signed and completed form to your Municipal Clerk’s office so it’s received by 5 PM on Nov 3

Attach a copy of accepted ID, if required

4. Vote

  • Once you receive your ballot, follow the instructions to fill out the ballot and return envelope
  • Mail your ballot to the address on the return envelope so it’s postmarked by Election Day,Nov 8
  • Check the status of your ballot on myvote.wi.gov

ID requirements

Attach a copy to your mail ballot application or bring one of the following IDs with you to vote:

  • A Wisconsin DOT-issued driver license with photo (or without photo if you have a religious exemption)
  • A Wisconsin DOT-issued ID card with photo (or without photo if you have a religious exemption)
  • Military ID card
A US passport