There will be four elections in 2020, including the presidential preference vote in April and the presidential election in November. These are typically the busiest elections for the City of Milton.
Although voters can register on the day of the election, it’s a good idea to register ahead of time to avoid any issues on Election Day (i.e. incorrect type of voter ID, no proof of residence, etc.). This will also result in a faster voting experience for you.
Voters can check on their registration on www.myvote.wi.gov or by contacting City Clerk Leanne Schroeder at (608) 868-6900 ext. 2 or by email at email@example.com.
Voters can register to vote in person at City Hall, 710 S. Janesville Street, anytime now through the Friday before an election. Please make sure to bring proof of residence when you come to register. This could simply be a current address on your Wisconsin Driver License.
Voters can also register to vote online until 20 days before an election at www.myvote.wi.gov if they have a current driver license. When registering online, the license is checked against Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) records so there is no need to provide additional proof of residence.
Finally, voters can register to vote by mail until 20 days before an election. The application is available online and at City Hall. Please include a copy of an acceptable proof of residence. Again, this could be a copy of your driver license with a current address or a utility bill.
If you have any questions or need any assistance, please contact City Clerk Leanne Schroeder.