How To Get An Absentee Ballot By Mail In Wisconsin
Voting absentee ballot via the U.S. Mail is easy to do in Wisconsin! And with a primary election coming up on Tuesday April 7, many are looking for ways to still make their votes count - even if they can't leave their house.
There is still time to request an absentee ballot by mail; the state has set up an easy-to-navigate website that allows you to request a ballot, choose the elections you're looking to vote in this manner, and even upload the necessary identification. The state website myvotewi.gov/en-us/ is a clearing house of information - from when the next election is, what's on the ballot, the ability to register online, and - yes - request a ballot by mail. There's even a link that allows you to sign up to be a poll worker.
If you're requesting a ballot by mail, you'll have the option to request one for a specific election or for the rest of the elections in 2020 - including the General Election in November.