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OUR POLLING PLACE is the Baraboo Civic Center, 124 Second Street.  
Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.  You will need a photo ID to vote.

TO REGISTER TO VOTE, visit the Baraboo City Clerk at 101 South Blvd.  
This is also where you may request or complete an absentee ballot (March 23 through April 3). 
Through April 2, registered voters may also request an absentee ballot be mailed to them at www.myvote.wi.gov

On-line voter registration has been extended through Monday, March 30.  See details below.

You can also register at the polls on Election Day, but honestly, it’s a lot easier to take care of it ahead of time!

OTHER IMPORTANT CONTESTS ON  APRIL 7 include:

Update from Gov. Tony Evers (3/29):
You can check your registration, register to vote online, and request your absentee ballot until Monday, March 30. Here are the steps you can follow to get registered, request your ballot, and stay safer at home while you vote: 

1.   Go to www.myvote.wi.gov on your computer or mobile device.

2.   Check to see if you’re registered to vote

a.     If you are not registered to vote, you can do so by clicking the “Register to Vote” tab on the website. 

b.    From there, the website will take you through a series of questions confirming your identity and address. 

c.    Note: you will need to include your driver’s license number, which is the 14 digit code on your ID that begins with a letter.

d.    Already registered at your current address? Please skip ahead to Step 3.

3.   Return to the main page and choose the “Vote Absentee” option.

a.    You will need to enter information to confirm your address, which should be good to go if you’re registered to vote.

b.    You will see some options when you get to the next page, including requesting a ballot for all elections in calendar year 2020, the April 7th election or other elections in 2020, or the ability to request a ballot for this and future elections, if you’re indefinitely confined. Please pick whichever option applies to you. 

c.    If you are an overseas or military voter, you can follow the above steps, too. Your ballot will be accepted until 5 p.m. on Election Day. 

d.    This will take you through a series of prompts, including verifying your identity by providing a photo of your driver's license or ID card. 

e.    To upload a photo, use your cell phone, mobile device, or camera to take a picture of your state ID. This website is safe and secure.

f.    After that, the website will direct you to a confirmation page, which can you choose to print if you would like. 

4.   Once you have requested a ballot, you can follow up with an email to your local clerk confirming you sent in your ballot request. You might not get a response right away, but this is helpful for both you and the clerk’s office to track your submission. Our City Clerk in Baraboo is Brenda Zeman (bzeman@cityofbaraboo.com).

a.    Include in the email to your clerk your first and last name, address, and that you’re requesting an absentee ballot for the April 7th election. 

5.   If you requested an absentee ballot, you will receive the ballot by mail prior to the April 7th election. 

6.   Once you receive your ballot, please note that an adult (who is not a candidate for the election) needs to witness the signature of your ballot.


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