Check out My Vote Wisconsin for your local voting information, including:
- Your next voting date and location.
- Online registration.
- Who’s on the ballot (Ballots are typically available 47 days before an election with federal contests and 21 days before state and local contests.)
Next Up (state wide):
2018 Wisconsin Primary Election
- Mail-in: Wednesday, July 25
- In-person: Friday, August 10
Voting day: Tuesday, August 14
(More info at US Vote Foundation)
Your sample ballot (at myvote.wi) may say:
This is a Partisan Primary election. You may only vote within one political party. You will be able to vote in non-partisan contests.
Vote For One – If You Vote In This Section You May Not Vote In Any Other Party Section
That means: You can vote for one candidate, and any candidate in that same party will be assumed. If you vote for two different parties (Ex: Governor (Republican) and Senate (Democrat)), none of your votes will count. This only applies to the August Primary Election.
This will not be the case in November General Election. You can vote for a Democratic Senator, Republican Attorney General, Green Governor, and Libertarian Lieutenant Governor on the same ballot. They will all count.