Voters Still Have Time to Get ID for Primary Day

Date

MADISON, WI – The Wisconsin Elections Commission reminds voters that they still have time to get the acceptable photo ID they will need to vote in the Spring Primary on February 20.

“Most people already have the photo ID they need to vote such as a Wisconsin driver license or ID card,” said Michael Haas, interim administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission. “If you don’t have one of those or another acceptable photo ID, you can get one for free after just one visit to a Wisconsin DMV office.”

Voters Still Have Time to Get ID for Primary Day

Date

MADISON, WI – The Wisconsin Elections Commission reminds voters that they still have time to get the acceptable photo ID they will need to vote in the Spring Primary on February 21.

“Most people already have the photo ID they need to vote such as a Wisconsin driver license or ID card,” said Michael Haas, administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission.  “If you don’t have one of those or another acceptable photo ID, you can get one for free after just one visit to a Wisconsin DMV office.”

Voters Still Have Time to Get ID for Election Day

Date

MILWAUKEE, WI – The Wisconsin Elections Commission reminds voters that if they don’t have an acceptable photo ID, they still have time to get a document to vote.

“If you don’t have an acceptable photo ID, you can get one for free after just one visit to a Wisconsin DMV office through the ID Petition Process (IDPP),” said Michael Haas, administrator of the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

Free ID and Identification Card Petition Process (IDPP) Palm Card

Date

This palm card/brochure contains information about how to get a free state of Wisconsin ID card or a document that can be used for voting after one visit to a Division of Motor Vehicles office, even if the applicant does not have a birth certificate or other documentation. The document is valid for 180 days.

Local election officials, groups and individuals are encouraged to print and distribute this handout to anyone who may need assistance in getting a photo ID to vote.

DMV Offers Overnight Delivery of Free Photo ID Document Near Election

Date

MADISON, WI – Anyone who needs a photo ID document to vote will now receive it shortly after one visit to the Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles, the Elections Commission announced.

“Most voters already have a photo ID to vote, like a driver license or state ID card,” said Michael Haas, Wisconsin’s chief elections official. “However, if you do not have a photo ID, and do not have a birth certificate, you can still get a document you can use for voting by making one trip to the DMV.”

Free Photo ID for Voting Now Available with One Trip to DMV

Date

MADISON, WI – Any voter who needs a photo ID to vote can now get it with one visit to the Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles, the Elections Commission announced.

“Most voters already have a photo ID to vote, like a driver license or state ID card,” said Michael Haas, Wisconsin’s chief elections official. “However, if you do not have a photo ID for voting, you can get one at the DMV in one trip if you bring two documents – one to prove your identity and one to prove where you live.”

Veterans Can Now Use VA Cards for Voter ID in Wisconsin

Date

MADISON, WI – For the first time, Wisconsin’s veterans can use a photo ID card issued by the Veterans Health Administration to get a ballot when they vote on April 5.

The change is part of an elections bill passed by the Legislature and signed into law by the Governor. The new law also makes it easier for voters who live in residential care facilities to register.