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Voters Need To Be Sure They're Ready To Cast A Ballot

WAOW Television

2020 elections in Wisconsin start on February 18, which means it's time to make sure you're ready to hit the polls.

The deadline to register via mail or online has already passed, but you can still register to vote on election day. If you're not registered and plan to do so at the polls, you'll need to bring a photo ID and proof of residence with you.

If you're already registered to vote, you just need to bring a photo ID with you.

Marathon County Clerk Kim Trueblood said the best resource for voters is myvote.wi.gov.

"You can find out your registration status there, you can find out what's on your ballot, you can find out who all your current elected officials are, you can find out what your polling place is," Trueblood said.

The spring primary on February 18 will include the 7th Congressional District candidates.

Here is a list of elections this year:

  • Feb. 18: Spring primary
  • April 7: Spring election and presidential primary
  • May 12: 7th Congressional District special election
  • Aug. 11: Partisan primary
  • Nov. 3: General election
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