For complete VOTER INFORMATION, please click here. You will be prompted to enter your First Name, Last Name and Date of Birth. You will then have access to all of the following:
- Your Personal Voter Profile
- Where Do You Vote
- Request an Absentee Ballot
- Update My Voter Registration
- Your Voting History
- Your Clerk, Elected Officials, and more!
Additional voter information is available from the Wisconsin Elections Commission at https://elections.wi.gov .
VOTER PHOTO ID LAW – Wisconsin voters are now required to show an acceptable photo ID in order to vote. If voting by absentee ballot, you must provide a copy of your Photo ID with your absentee ballot request. More information on this new requirement is available here.
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You must register to vote in Wisconsin before you can cast your ballot in an election. You can submit your voter registration online, by mail or in person. More information is also available here or you can download this guide.
I’m not sure if I’m registered to vote
Follow the steps outlined on this website to determine if you are registered to vote. If you’re not, the system will walk you through all of the steps you will need to take to successfully register to vote whether you are a regular voter, a temporary or permanent overseas voter or a military voter.
Proof of Residency
Anyone wishing to register to vote must provide proof of residency, which must include your full name and current address. Accepted forms of proof include: a current driver’s license or ID card (must be valid), a real estate tax bill or receipt from this year or last year, a bank statement or another approved document.
You are able to begin the voting registration process online. Select the proper voter category, search for your name to see if you are already registered and if you’re not select “Voter Registration” from the menu on the left.
Register By Mail
Complete an Application for Voter Registration and mail the completed application to your local municipal clerk (see below). First-time voters must include proof of residency. Your application must be postmarked no later than March 16, 2022.
Register In Person
Register with your local municipal clerk by 5 p.m. on the Friday before the election. Be sure to bring your Wisconsin-issued driver license. If you don’t have a license, you must know either the last 4 digits of your Social Security number or ID card. You will also need proof of residency.
Register on Election Day
Bring your completed Application for Voter Registration to your polling place on Election Day or fill one out there. Be sure to bring proof of residency and your Wisconsin-issued driver license. If you don’t have a license, you must know either the last 4 digits of your Social Security number or ID card. You will also need proof of residency.
All polling locations will be open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5, 2022.
|School District Electors Residing In:||Polling Location:|
|City of Glendale (District 1 - Wards 1 & 7)||North Shore Library
6800 N. Port Washington Road
|City of Glendale (District 2 - Wards 2 & 8)||Parkway School
5910 N. Milwaukee River Parkway
|City of Glendale (District 3 - Wards 3 & 9)||Nicolet High School
6701 N. Jean Nicolet Road
|City of Glendale (Disrict 4 - Wards 4 & 10)||Good Hope School
2315 W. Good Hope Road
|City of Glendale (District 5 - Wards 5 & 11)||Glen Hills Middle School
2600 W. Mill Road
|City of Glendale (District 6 - Wards 6 & 12)||Glendale City Hall
5909 N. Milwaukee River Parkway
|Village of Bayside (Milwaukee County)||Bayside Village Hall
9075 N. Regent Road
|Village of Bayside (Ozaukee County)||Bayside Village Hall
9075 N. Regent Road
|Village of Fox Point (Wards 1-4)||Fox Point Police Department
7100 N. Santa Monica Boulevard
|Village of Fox Point (Wards 5-9)||Longacre Pavilion
7343 N. Longacre Road
|Village of River Hills||River Hills Village Hall
7650 N. Pheasant Lane