Making Democracy Work

Election Day

Learn more about upcoming elections, recent election results, and what to expect at the polls!

Upcoming Elections

2020 Spring Election and Presidential Preference Vote
Tuesday, April 7, 2020

In order to vote, you must be registered. Photo IDS are required to vote in Wisconsin elections at this time. For updates on court actions that have upheld a state law requiring photo IDs in order to vote, check with your village, town or city clerk, or the Milwaukee Election Commission, or the Government Accountability Board (GAB).

If you are not registered, you may register at your polling place on Tuesday, if you bring the appropriate documentation to show that you have lived at your current address for at least 28 consecutive days and you are at least 18 years old. Individual voters can access info about their registration status at the My Vote Wisconsin website run by the Government Accountability Board (GAB is the agency in charge of elections in Wisconsin)

Residents of the City of Ripon vote at City Hall. For more information about voting in the City of Ripon, visit{DDEEF8FA-ED85-421B-A309-CAEED4502ADC}&DE= .

Voters anywhere can find their polling place and more at .

Recent Elections and Election Results

Most Recent ELECTION:
2019 Spring Election
Tuesday, April 2, 2019

What To Expect At The Polls

Exercise your rights! You can register at the polls. Watch this video on what to expect at your polling place. And read more information at: