Voter ID and You

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Voter ID and You

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Clerk’s Office Goal:

For all eligible voters to be able to cast a ballot and have that ballot counted

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New Election Laws

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Registering to Vote

Residency: 28 consecutive days No corroborating witnessNo registration Saturday, Sunday, or Monday before election

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Photo Identification Required

10% of voters did not have ID for July Special Election

18% of voters did not have ID for August Special Election

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Acceptable Forms of IDExpiring no earlier than the last November election (11/6/12)

Wisconsin Driver’s LicenseWisconsin Photo ID issued by Department of TransportationU.S. PassportMilitary ID Card

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More Acceptable Forms of ID

Certificate of Naturalization issued within last 2 years

Unexpired Wisconsin driver’s license/state ID receipt

ID card issued by a federally recognized Indian tribe in Wisconsin

Unexpired ID issued by a Wisconsin accredited university or college – must contain issuance date, student signature, and expiration date within 2 years of issuance, along with proof of current enrollment

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ID does not need to show current address

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ID does need to show current name

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Election Officials Check ID

Name reasonably conforms to poll bookExpiration – after last general electionPhoto reasonably resembles voter

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Voter Still Must State Name and Address

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No ID = Provisional Ballot

Not counted on Election Day

Only counted if

voter gets ID to Clerk’s Office by 4 p.m. the Friday after the election

Added

to official tally by Board of Canvassers

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Signing the Poll Book

Voters sign one copy of poll

book

Exempt if

unable to sign because of a physical disability

Voters who are able to sign but refuse cannot receive a ballot

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Exemptions

Military VotersVoters Permanently OverseasConfidential Voters

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Indefinitely Confined

Photo ID not necessaryWitness certifies name & address of voter

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Voters with Special Voting Deputies

Photo ID not necessaryCare Facility Authorized Representative certifies name and address of voter

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Absentee Voting by Mail

Send photocopy of ID with absentee requestOnce ID is sent to Clerk’s Office, future requests will not require ID

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Absentee Voting in Clerk’s Office

Two weeks prior to election

In-person absentee voting ends Friday before election

Same

photo ID requirements as at the polls

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Wisconsin ID Available for Free

Eligible to VoteDo not have a Wisconsin Driver’s License or Wisconsin ID Card

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Documents Needed for ID

Proof of IdentitySocial Security CardMilitary PapersMarriage PapersProof of ResidencyUtility BillPaystubMortgage

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Documents Needed for ID

Proof of Name, Date of Birth, and CitizenshipCertified Birth CertificateValid PassportCertificate of Naturalization

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Certified Birth Certificate

From State or County of birth

Fee

$20 in Dane County

varies from $7 (ND) to $30 (NY)

May take up to 10 weeks (NJ)

Proof of Identity often required

League of Women Voters available to help with process, 608-232-9447

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Dane County Register of Deeds

Requires 2 Documents with your Name & Address

Utility Bill

Wisconsin Hunting or Fishing License

Government-Issued Photo ID

U.S. Passport

Checkbook

Health Insurance Card

Recently Signed & Dated Lease

Traffic Ticket

Family Member or Friend with Photo ID may Corroborate

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Changes to Election Schedule

Spring Primary: 3rd Tuesday in FebruarySpring Election/Presidential Preference: 1st Tuesday in AprilFall Primary: 2nd Tuesday in August of even-numbered yearsGeneral Election: 1st Tuesday after 1st Monday in November of even-numbered years

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Tell Your Friends, Family & Neighbors

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