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.