Thursday, June 9, 2016

I Recently Moved - Do I Need to Re-Register to Vote? Yes

If your address has changed, you do need to re-register to vote.  This applies even if you stayed within the same municipality.  You can find out more information by visiting the My Vote WI page.

Remember that Wisconsin law requires that you live at your current address for 28 consecutive days to be eligible to vote from your new address. If you have lived at your new address for less than 28 consecutive days before the election you are still eligible to vote from your former address.  If you have moved to Wisconsin less than 28 consecutive days before an election you may be eligible to cast a Presidential-only ballot.

Are you going to need to register? Get started at the My Vote WI page or register in person at the Village Office, 2828 Allouez Ave.  Also remember that proof of residence will be required during voter registration. Note that the next statewide election is on August 9, 2016.