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The Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition is a non-partisan effort to help ensure full participation in the electoral process of voters with disabilities.

Check out our resources at disabilityvote.org/ and follow us on Facebook
Absentee Voting Updates
The Wisconsin Supreme Court determined last Friday that drop boxes may be used for the February 15th election, and voters may continue the practice of asking a person of their choice to mail or return their completed absentee ballot. The Court will decide later about the use of these practices for ballot return in future elections.
  • Voters who wish to vote absentee should request, complete and return their ballot as soon as possible. Registered voters may request absentee ballots at MyVote Wisconsin: https://myvote.wi.gov/
  • Our 2022 Wisconsin Spring Elections Timeline provides important dates and deadlines for the Spring elections.
  • If a voter always needs to vote absentee due to disability, age, illness, or infirmity, they may certify that they are an indefinitely confined voter on their absentee ballot request. They will have their ballot mailed to them for each election until they don’t return a ballot. Note: Any voter may request absentee ballots for the year.
Upcoming Events
2022 Milwaukee Mayoral Candidate Forum January 31, 2022 at 7:00 pm
Join us today, Monday January 31, at 7 PM for our 2022 Virtual Milwaukee Mayoral Forum. All seven candidates have agreed to participate. Be prepared to vote in the February 15th primary.
Panel Discussion: Local Elections Matter February 2, 2022 at 6:00 pm
The Spring elections are almost here! Join us on February 2nd at 6 PM on Zoom to hear from a panel of disability advocates who have held local office speak about why Local Elections Matter. Get updates for the February 15th election so you can make your plan to vote!
Wisconsin requires Photo ID to vote
If you have a Wisconsin drivers license or a Wisconsin DOT issues ID card, you have what you need. For additional information:

Bring It to the Ballot website: https://bringit.wi.gov
DMV Voter ID Hotline: (844) 588-1069. Apply for a free Photo ID for voting at the Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
Know Your Rights
People with disabilities have the right to have an equal opportunity to vote, and to access disability related accommodations, if needed. Some of the most widely used accommodations are curbside voting, receiving assistance with marking a ballot, and use of accessible voting machines. See our fact sheet and video for more information:
Have a voting question?
Help is available. Contact the Disability Rights Wisconsin Voter Hotline at 1-844-347-8683 / 1-844-DIS-VOTE or email us at info@disabilityvote.org We are open year round to assist you with your voting questions.
Voters with Criminal Convictions
Voters with criminal convictions are sometimes uncertain about their voting rights. See these resources listed below for information about voting rights for those with criminal convictions. If you are unsure of your voting rights, contact the Wisconsin Election Commission at: 866-VOTE-WIS / 866-868-3944.
Help is available! Contact these resources:
  • DMV Voter ID Hotline: (844) 588-1069. Apply for a free Photo ID for voting at the Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
  • Vote411.org and ballotpedia.org: nonpartisan information about the candidates
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The Wisconsin Disability Vote Coalition is a project of Disability Rights Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities.
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