Voter Toolkit – 2023 Elections

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2023 is an important election year. Our Voter Toolkit has the resources you need to be prepared to vote.

Wisconsin will hold two statewide elections in 2023:

  • Spring Primary: February 21st, 2023
  • Spring Election: April 4th, 2023

Offices to be elected include: State Supreme Court, Court of Appeals Districts 1 and 4, Circuit Courts in various counties, local races depending on where you live, such as County Executive, County Board, Mayor, City Council, Town or Village President and Board, School Board, and a Special Election for Senate District 8.

Make Your Plan to Vote 2023

Make sure you are ready to vote in the 2023 elections. Our fact sheet will help you prepare for the February 21st Primary and the April 4th Spring Elections.

View the accessible Make Your Plan to Vote 2023 factsheets here.

Voter Registration Information

Photo ID Resources

2023 Elections: Important Dates

Voting Absentee

Note: Voters who always need to vote absentee due to disability, age or illness, may certify as indefinitely confined to become a permanent absentee voter. Being a permanent absentee voter means the clerk must send the voter an absentee ballot automatically for every election. If a permanent absentee voter fails to return a ballot, the clerk must send the voter a letter giving notice the voter will be removed from the permanent list within 30 days if the voter does not reapply.

Know Your Rights

Guardianship and Voting

Voter Fact Sheets

Be an informed voter! Our fact sheets explain the important role of Wisconsin Courts and of local offices.

Poll Workers are Needed

Help with Voting Questions

  • Your Municipal Clerk: Look up your local municipal clerk here.
  • Wisconsin Elections Commission:
    • Phone Number: 866-VOTE-WIS / 868-3944 (staffed Mon – Fri from 7:45 AM – 4:30 PM/ longer hours on Election Day)
    • Email: elections@wi.gov
    • Website: elections.wi.gov/
  • Disability Rights Wisconsin Voter Hotline:
  • DMV Voter ID Hotline:
  • Vote411.org: nonpartisan information about the candidates
  • Wisconsin Election Protection: Call 866-687-8683 or text “Our Vote” to 97779 for non-partisan assistance from volunteer attorneys.

Service Providers and Care Facilities

Resources for Homeless Voters

Voting Rights for People with Criminal Convictions