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Voter, Voter ID, and REAL ID Resources: Overview

Next Election Nov 3, 2020

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Wisconsin Library Association Newsletter

2020 Fall Election Dates and Early Voting Windows

Technically, Wisconsin doesn’t have early voting, only in person absentee or mail absentee ballot. Municipal clerks may post hours to accommodate early in-person absentee voting at the town hall or another location or make individual appointments with voters.

A list of municipal clerks, organized by county, is linked here. Registered voters can also find themselves in the system and search for municipal clerks using myvote.wi.gov. Unregistered citizens can use the “address search” feature, enter a street address and find their clerk for that municipality. The “What’s on My Ballot?” address search will become active 47 days before an election with federal contests and 21 days before state and local contests. More detailed information on all elections may be found at the Wisconsin Elections Commission elections page.

November 3 – General and Presidential Election for the offices listed under August 11 primary. Early voting window is October 20 – October 30.

Who is Running for the Wisconsin Legislature?

A list of candidates running for the Wisconsin Assembly (all districts) and Senate (even numbered districts) is LINKED HERE. The list is organized by public library system boundaries and is searchable by using Ctrl + F. Legislators running unopposed and districts where partisan primary contests will be on the August 11 ballot are noted.

The following legislators are not running for reelection or higher office and should be thanked for their service: David Craig (SD-28), David Crowley (AD-17), Jason Fields (AD-11), Dave Hansen (SD-30), Debra Kolste (AD-44), Bob Kulp (AD-69), Mark Miller (SD-16), Luther Olsen (SD-14), Romaine Quinn (AD-75), Fred Risser (SD-26), Mike Rohrkaste (AD-55), Jennifer Shilling (SD-32), Chris Taylor (AD-76), and JoCasta Zamarripa (AD-8).

Address for all State Senators - P. O. BOX 7882, MADISON, WI 53707-7882

Addresses for Assembly Representatives - LAST NAMES A-L: P.O. Box 8952, Madison, WI 53708-8952 LAST NAMES M-Z: P.O. Box 8953, Madison, WI 53708-8953.

Legislative and State Government Reference Resources

The State Senate and Assembly web pages provide details on legislative leadership, as well as contact information and committee assignments for individual members.

  • WLA's 2019-2020 Legislative Guide is sorted for public library system boundaries and includes libraries in each legislative district.
  • Click here for Wisconsin Legislative Leaders (including members of Joint Finance Committee)
  • To verify your correct Senate and Assembly districts, enter your personal address or the address of your library in the search box at Who are my legislators? 
  • Information about Governor Evers, Lt. Governor Barnes and the executive branch is found HERE.
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