Photo ID

2011 Wisconsin Act 23 requires all voters to show a photo ID before receiving a ballot, at all regular and special elections.

Whether voting at the polls on Election Day, in-person at the Clerk’s Office, or receiving an absentee ballot by mail (only the first time), you must provide a photo ID.

CLICK HERE for Voter Photo ID Law information and acceptable photo ID that can be used. Anyone who does not have a state driver license or state ID card may obtain one free for voting purposes at the WI Department of Motor Vehicle.



*EXEMPT:  Elderly voters, and voters with disabilities.  CLICK HERE for information and alternative voting options.

Military, permanent overseas and confidential electors are also exempt from the photo ID law.