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Wisconsin Elections Calendar
FALL GENERAL ELECTION – Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Elections Chart & Calendar 2014
      CLICK HERE to see which offices will be decided in each election. (PDF)
No ID needed to vote November 4
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on October 9, 2014 that the Wisconsin voter photo ID law may not be implemented. Registered voters do not have to display a photo ID to receive a regular ballot and have it counted. 

If you need to register to vote, there are a number of ways you can do it. You will have to provide proof of residence:
  • Go to My Vote Wisconsin and enter your name and birth date. On the left will be a menu that will allow you to complete a registration form. You will have to print it, sign it and bring it to your Clerk's office by October 31 or your polling place on Election Day. 
  • Register in person at your Clerk's office by October 31. 
  • Register at your polling place on Election Day.
Following are excellent voter information sheets from ACLU-Wisconsin:
Students: 
http://aclu-wi.org/sites/default/files/resources/documents/2014_11_04StudentVotingKYR_0.pdf

Need a ride to your clerk's office for early voting or to the polls on election day? Click here for a great list compiled by Common Cause in Wisconsin.

Be an election observer!
Sign up on our 2014 Election Observer Volunteer Form!
The League of Women Voters is recruiting volunteers statewide to be trained election observers in polling places on November 4. Our observers will be the League's eyes and ears to monitor what happens at the polls and watch for any signs of voters being disenfranchised. You don't need to be a League member to volunteer (but we'd love to have you join)!

Poll Watching with the League is an important and rewarding volunteer activity. Read what our past volunteers have said about their experience.

You can volunteer if you:
  • Can spend a few hours -- or all day -- at a polling place
  • Are willing to participate in a 2 hour training session—a webinar—prior to the election
  • Agree to mail in a report following the election
  • Preferably have a cell phone
League of Women Voters will provide:
  1. Nonpartisan materials that let you know your role, what to look for, what to do if there are problems at the polls
  2. On-line training
  3. A number to call on election day to report problems
How to volunteer:
Sign up on our 2014 Election Observer Volunteer Form. We will get back to you about where you are needed and times for online training.

Tell your friends about this opportunity. We need many volunteers!
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