Voting is a core principle of our American democracy, but to exercise this basic right, we must first be registered to vote! Celebrate National Voter Registration Day by checking your registration status, getting registered if needed, and reminding those who still need to register to start the process. It’s quick and easy.
Check your registration status at: myvote.wi.gov
Find step by step instructions on registering to vote including what documents you need with the Wisconsin AFL-CIO Voter Guide.
Register to Vote Online: If you have a valid Wisconsin Driver’s License or State of Wisconsin ID card issued by the Wisconsin DMV, the easiest way to register to vote is through the Wisconsin Elections Commission’s website: myvote.wi.gov, by clicking on the “Register to Vote” tab at the top.
You can also register to vote by printing out the Voter Registration form and mailing your completed Voter Registration form to your local clerk, bringing your Voter Registration form to your municipal clerk’s office, or bringing the completed Voter Registration form to your polling place on Election Day.
Spread the word: Once you make sure you’re registered, forward this email to a friend, ask them to join you and use #NationalVoterRegistrationDay and #VoteReady in all of your social media posts.
Get #VoteReady: Already registered? Even better! If you want to vote by mail this year, request your ballot today. Or take a few minutes now to learn more about what’s on the ballot, where your polling station is and other ways to get involved ahead of Election Day.
Sign up to be a poll worker: go.aflcio.org/ptp
Union members vote to strengthen our community, and our country, with our voice.
Stephanie Bloomingdale, President
Dennis Delie, Secretary-Treasurer