Important Voting Information

With the COVID-19 pandemic creating a rapidly-changing situation, I want to make sure voters have the best possible information leading up to the April 7th General Election. I will be updating this page regularly with the latest updates on how you can safely cast your vote. As always, the Milwaukee Election Commission remains a vital resource for voters.

Absentee Voting

  • The safest way to vote is absentee voting.
  • Unfortunately, it is too late to request a ballot if you have not already done so.
  • All absentee ballots must be postmarked by TUESDAY, APRIL 7, or dropped off in person by the same date.
  • If you want to check the status of your ballot request that has already been made, you can visit myvote.wi.gov

Absentee Ballot Drop-off

  • The City of Milwaukee is allowing absentee voters to drop off completed ballots at one of 5 sites across the City
  • Drop-off takes place TUESDAY, APRIL 7, from 8am to 8pm
  • Witnesses are available to sign your ballot
  • The most convenient location for 8th District residents is Zablocki Library, 3501 W Oklahoma Ave. Other locations include Bay View Library, Washington Park Library, Mill Road Library, and the Zeidler Building behind City Hall.
  • Full details available at the Election Commission website: CLICK HERE

Election Day Voting

  • The Milwaukee Election Commission has announced that normal polling places will NOT be open on Election Day, April 7th.
  • All 8th District residents who choose to vote on election day must do so at Hamilton High School, 6215 W Warnimont Ave, 53220. It is located between W Morgan Ave, S 60th St, and W Forest Home Ave.
  • Polls will be open from 7am til 8pm. Those in line at 8pm must be allowed to vote.
  • In order to ensure you are able to vote safely, we urge you to consider one of the options listed above instead!

Register to Vote

  • If you're unsure if you're registered, you may CLICK HERE to check your status.
  • The only way to register at this time is on Election Day, April 7th, at your polling place (Hamilton High School, 6215 W Warnimont Ave) between 7am and 8pm.
  • You will need a proof of address and a valid photo ID in order to register to vote. More information HERE

Drive-up Early Voting

  • Drive-up voting has ended for the Spring 2020 Elections.