Did you know that anyone can Vote by Mail? An absentee ballot is not just for people out of town. It’s convenient and guarantees you’ll “turn out” to vote.
Note: Your Absentee Ballot will need to be postmarked by April 7 and received by your clerk by April 13 to be counted.
No excuse needed. Anyone can vote
Voters who are indefinitely confined,
Absentee ballots are mailed 3 weeks before local (spring) elections and 47 days before national (fall) elections.
Find instructions on how to complete your absentee ballot here. Be sure to follow the instructions to ensure your ballot is counted.
Your completed absentee ballot must be delivered no later than 8pm on Election Day. The U.S. Postal Service recommends you mail back your absentee ballot at least one week before Election Day to arrive in time.
You may vote early in person - at your municipal clerk's office or another site designated by your clerk. Dates and hours for early voting vary by municipality. Contact your municipal clerk to find out your local opportunities to early vote.
Fun fact: Early voting is also called in-person absentee voting.
Want more information about absentee and early voting? Visit the Wisconsin Election Commission's absentee voting info page.