Go Vote!

Who Can Vote in Wisconsin? Residents of Wisconsin for at least 10 days, U.S. citizens, 18 years old+

I’m Not Registered So What Do I Do? You may register to vote in person at your polling place on Election Day.  Just bring proof of residence (phone, electric bill etc)! If you don’t have it, your roommate/neighbor can vouch for you, assuming they have identification.

Where’s my Polling Place? Click here and type in your address to find your polling place.

Polls are Open From 7 AM until 8 PM (If in Line by 8 PM, You’re Allowed to Vote)

More Voting Info: http://www.uc.wisc.edu/vote/

Colin Christopher wants you to vote!

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About Sylvia Fredericks

Second-Year MPA student at the La Follette School for Public Affairs (University of Wisconsin - Madison)
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