You don’t have to head to your polling place on election day to vote. In Wisconsin, voters have many safe and secure ways to participate in elections — including voting by absentee ballot. With absentee voting, you can vote early at your municipal clerk’s office before Election Day, or receive your ballot by mail and either mail in your completed ballot or drop it off at your clerk’s office or polling place or absentee counting location.
Voting by absentee ballot is a convenient way to take part in the voting process. Find your municipal clerk’s office to learn about the in-person absentee voting hours and locations in your community. Interested in voting absentee by mail? To get started, you’ll need information about how to fill out your ballot, and successfully cast an absentee vote.