Get educated, register and get to the polls!

Voters across the United States will have the opportunity to exercise their democratic rights on Nov. 4 through statewide and national elections.

The Morgridge Center for Public Service encourages all UW-Madison students to educate themselves on the candidates, register to vote and get out to the polls on Nov. 4.

Offices up for election Nov. 4 include State Governor, State Attorney General, US Representative and a number of other statewide races.

Our mission at the Morgridge Center for Public Service is rooted in civic engagement and building a thriving democratic society. We believe voting is a key opportunity for all citizens to participate in their democracy.

What you need to know about the Nov. 4 elections:

You do NOT need an ID to vote in Wisconsin


If you have moved addresses since the last time you voted, you will need to re-register. Click here to learn about registering to vote


You can also register the day of the election, at your polling place


You will need to bring a proof of address, like a lease or an electric bill, to register to vote. Click here for all your options.


Click here to find your polling place


Click here to learn more about voting absentee


Click here to learn more about the candidates and races