In these daunting times, we must not forget to express our democratic voice that our leaders fought for and continue to fight for to this day. Our goal is to make sure everyone who is able to, will have the opportunity to vote. Below we have provided the current options available to Milwaukee County residents. No matter the obstacles ahead of us, we must continue to let our voices be heard.
Available Voting options
Drive-Up Absentee Voting (Early Voting)
Location: Zeidler Municipal Building - 841 N Broadway
Dates: Saturday, March 28 - Sunday, April 5
Monday - Friday 8am to 5pm
Saturday - Sunday 10am to 3pm
Request an Absentee Ballot (Deadline is April 2nd)
Email: Download the Application for Absentee Ballot from City.Milwaukee.Gov/Election and send an email with a copy of your photo ID attached (click below for more info).
Mail: Download the Application for Absentee Ballot from City.Milwaukee.Gov/Election. Complete the form and mail it with a copy of your photo ID (if not previously provided) to Election Commission, 200 E Wells St Room 501, Milwaukee, WI 53202.
Online: Applications can be submitted online at MyVote.wi.gov. This is the fastest method of request for indefinitely confined and military voters.
Fax: You may download the Application for Absentee Ballot from City.Milwaukee.Gov/Election and fax to (414) 286-8445. Faxed photo IDs must be legible; we recommend lightening the ID on a copier before faxing.
Election Day - In Person Voting
As of now, there are still plans to have in person voting though the details on the modified process have not yet been disclosed. We recommend absentee voting to avoid long waits as well as to practice social distancing.