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

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.
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Homeless Voters and the Photo ID Law

Homeless voters are eligible to vote in Wisconsin. When registering, they may use a letter from a social service agency as proof of residence. They will need to show a photo ID
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Ex-Felons and Incarcerated Voters and the Photo ID Law

Felons who are still serving and portion of their felony sentence, including probation or parole are not eligible to vote. Once all terms of the felony sentence have been served and the individuals rights have been restores, they can apply to register to vote in Wisconsin.
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