The next general election is coming up on November 4, 2014. Early voting began in Wisconsin on October 20 and more voters will head to the polls on Election Day itself.
In an earlier post, we discussed Vote ID in Wisconsin, with updates about the recent changes to the law. While voters will not be required to show photo identification to vote, some questions may still arise:
- Where do I get a sample ballot? My Vote Wisconsin can generate a sample ballot based on a search for a registered voter or a voter’s address.
- What do I need in order to register to vote at the polls on election day? Find out about Proof of Residence requirements from this Government Accountability Board (GAB) handout and take a look at the list of approved proof of residence documents, also from the GAB.
- Where can I find out more about the candidates? Wisconsin Vote offers candidate biographies and links to campaign websites and news coverage of the election.
- Where can I find out more about the State Referendum to change the Wisconsin Constitution? Information on the referendum to create a transportation fund is available from the Government Accountability Board and the Legislative Reference Bureau.