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Posted on: March 13, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Voter Information for the 2020 Spring Election

My Vote Wisconsin

General Information

Are you a new resident? Have you just turned 18? Have you moved? Have you changed your name? Submit your voter registration now! The last day to submit online or by mail is Wednesday, March 18.

The process to register is easy. Simply go to http://myvote.wi.gov and click “Register to Vote” to begin the process. Once you have completed your entry, you can print, sign, and mail your registration form, along with proof of residence. The website will provide you with information about what forms of proof of residence are acceptable. After March 18, you will need to register in person at Village Hall or on Election Day at your polling location.


Absentee Voting
In-person absentee voting at Village Hall will start Monday, March 23 or as soon as ballots become available during normal business hours, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and will be held through Friday, April 3 until 5:00 p.m. that day. If you would like a ballot mailed to you, you may submit a request through My Vote Wisconsin. You may be required to attach a copy of your Photo ID. Selfies do not count as a Photo ID.


Poll Locations

The polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, April 7. The Village has three polling locations: Village Center, 3920 N Murray Ave., Shorewood High School, 1701 E Capitol Drive, and North Shore Presbyterian Church, 4048 N Bartlett Ave. To find your polling place, please visit My Vote Wisconsin.  For more information, visit http://myvote.wi.gov or contact the Village Clerk, Sara Bruckman, CMC/WCMC at sbruckman@villageofshorewood.org or 414.847.2700.  

Please note the Village of Shorewood is taking the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) very seriously. Voting surfaces will be cleaned regularly. We encourage people who are more prone to illness to request an absentee ballot by mail. We do not want residents to lose their opportunity to vote if the virus becomes more of an issue close to election day. Voters are welcome to bring their own black or blue ball point pen and should wash or sanitize their hands before and after they use the polling place.

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