Voting is your opportunity to make your voice count and choose candidates who care about the things that are important to you. It’s your chance to make a difference and change the world.
As a person with a disability and unique needs, you may benefit from seeing issues important to you being recognized and paid attention to by your legislators. On November 3, 2020, your vote will be counted to choose:
- The President of the United States
- U.S. Representative
- Even-numbered Wisconsin State Senate Seats
- All Wisconsin Assembly seats
- All District Attorneys
The people elected to fill these positions will make decisions that affect your rights on the national, state, and local level. Take your chance to change the world!
What Changes Do You Want to See?
Your vote makes a difference to decisions made by leaders in your community, state, and country. What changes do you want to see? Before going to the polls, learn what’s on the ballot in your area and who’s running for office. Your vote makes a difference to issues important to you.
Register to Vote
The deadlines to register for the November 3rd election are:
- By mail or online: Wednesday, October 14
- In-person at your municipal clerk’s office: Friday, October 30
- In-person at your polling place: Tuesday, November 3
Voting early or with an absentee ballot can ease your concerns about the spread of COVID-19.
It may be possible for you to vote early to avoid long lines on November 3. The dates and hours for early voting vary by location, so make sure to check with your local elections office to see what could be available to you.
Any Wisconsin voter who is registered to vote, can request an absentee ballot.
- The deadline to request an absentee ballot is October 29, 2020.
- The post office recommends you make your request before October 19, 2020.
Get answers to your questions about absentee voting:
Know Your Voting Rights
Use these resources to learn your rights as a voter with a disability, how and where to vote, where to get assistance if you need it, and more:
- Your voting rights
- How to register to vote
- Absentee voting
- Acceptable voter identification
- Where to vote
- Getting assistance with registering and voting
- Curbside voting
- Find your municipal clerk
Voting is your right. Use it!
Get Answers to Your Disability-Related Questions or Concerns
Don’t let your questions or concerns get in the way of casting your vote and making a difference. If you have a disability-related voting question or concern, contact:
Disability Rights Wisconsin Voter Hotline