Wisconsin Election Dates and Deadlines
U.S. Based Domestic Voters
State of Wisconsin Election Dates & Deadlines (more info).
Federal and State Elections
Tue Apr 4, 2023 - Wisconsin Supreme Court General Election
Voter Registration Deadline
- Online by
Wed Mar 15, 2023 5:00PM CDT
- Post received by
Wed Mar 15, 2023 5:00PM CDT
- In-Person Request by
Fri Mar 31, 2023 5:00PM CDT
Absentee Ballot Request Deadline
- Received by
Thu Mar 30, 2023 5:00PM CDT
- US-based Military by
US-based Military by Thu Mar 30, 2023 5:00PM CDT
Absentee Ballot Return Deadline
- Postmarked by
Tue Apr 4, 2023
- Received by
Tue Apr 4, 2023 8:00PM CDT
Early Voting AvailableNone on Record
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About the U.S. Vote Foundation Election Official Directory
U.S. Vote Foundation (US Vote) offers you the most comprehensive and up-to-date source of contact data for election officials in the United States. Our directory covers all US states and territories, providing essential information on the election administrators responsible for ensuring fair and accurate elections in their communities.
Election Officials are Our Heroes
Election officials are at the front line of the voting process, in charge of making sure that every citizen has access to the information and resources they need to participate in our democracy. They work tirelessly to manage polling places, count votes, and respond to questions from voters, among other duties. Every voter has an election official, these administrators are the number one best and most trusted source for voters to answer questions and support the voting process.
How the Election Official Directory is Used
By providing access to this critical information, the US Vote Election Official Directory helps to promote transparency and accountability in the voting process. It is an essential resource for voters who need to reach out to their local officials, as well as for advocacy groups, political campaigns, and civic organizations that want to engage with election officials in their communities.
US Vote’s Directory of Election Officials is designed to be user-friendly and easy to navigate. Our drop-down menu allow users to quickly choose their state and jurisdiction to find their local election administrators, providing a fast and efficient way to access the contact information they need. We also include mailing addresses to ensure that voters know where to send their voter registration forms and ballot request documents as well as completed vote-by-mail ballots. Express mail addresses ensure that every citizen has the information they need to return their ballot on time.
Our Election Official Directory is not just a resource for voters and organizations, but for election officials themselves. It provides a platform for officials to connect with one another, share best practices, foster connections and collaborate on innovative ways to improve the voting process in their communities.
The Valued Work of Election Officials
US Vote understands that the work of election officials is essential to our democracy, and we are committed to supporting them in their efforts. By connecting voters with election officials, the US Vote's Election Official Directory helps to ensure that every citizen can exercise their right to vote and participate in our democracy.
In a world where misinformation and disinformation are prevalent, the Election Official Directory provides a reliable, verified source of information for voters. This information is essential for citizens and organizations seeking to engage with election officials on issues related to voting, including voter registration, polling locations, voting machines, and election results.
How and Why the Election Official Directory was Developed
US Vote was the original creator of this nationwide Election Official Directory, also referred to as the “EOD”. Our efforts began in 2004 when U.S. Vote Foundation was known as “Overseas Vote Foundation” (OVF) and we were focused chiefly on supporting overseas citizens and military voters to register and request their ballots to vote from abroad. It was essential, from the beginning, for US citizens living and voting from abroad to easily access their local election official contact information and to send them their voter registration and ballot request forms directly.
The EOD program blossomed and OVF (later US Vote, which expanded our voter outreach efforts into the US domestic realm) became known for its development, maintenance of local election official contact data. The EOD data is closely and continuously curated from official local and state election sources. The EOD database is of superior quality and is relied upon by a significant number of voter outreach and election research organizations across the country.
Why the Election Official Directory is a Nation-wide Resource
In conclusion, the US Vote Election Official Directory is the number one US resource for current contact data for election officials in the United States. It is a useful service for individual voters, researchers, campaigns, advocacy groups, media organizations, and election officials themselves, providing critical information on those responsible for ensuring fair and accurate elections in their communities. Use our directory to connect with your local election officials and get involved in the democratic process today.