Our polling location for election day on Tuesday is Glendale Elementary School.
Polls are open 7am – 8pm
If at 8pm you are already in line you can still vote even after the polls close.

You can vote prior to election day via absentee ballot or in-person at these locations:
https://www.cityofmadison.com/clerk/elections-voting/voting/absentee-voting/in-person-absentee-voting-hours-and-locations

You will need to present a photo ID to vote.  There are many IDs that will work, they are listed here:
www.gotIDwisconsin.org

Only if you are registering to vote would you ALSO need to show proof of residence.  If you own your home, you can present the City of Madison assessor’s website (even on your smart phone) www.cityofmadison.com/assessor/property/ or use any of these other various forms of proof of residency listed here: https://myvote.wi.gov/DesktopModules/GabMyVoteModules/api/document/getproofofresidencedoc

If you have questions about voting or are for some reason denied the right to vote, there is a free hotline to speak to free election attorneys at 1-866-Our-Vote (Sponsored by League of Women Voters and some other non-profits).  You have a right to vote on a provisional ballot so worse case scenario, do that, and the 866-Our-Vote people can help figure out how to make sure your vote is counted.

If you live in Secret Places your ballot should have the school referendum on the back.  Remember to flip over your ballot to vote.  The school district is seeking ‘yes’ for all 3 questions.  More info here: http://www.mcfarland.k12.wi.us/district/sb-referendum.cfm

If you have other questions about registering to vote, where to vote, or the status of your absentee ballot, you can find that all here: www.myvote.wi.gov

Studies show taking your kids to vote with you increases the likelihood of them becoming good voters in the future.  Plus, they get an ‘I voted sticker’.  So they have that going for them.