Spring election, April 2, 2019

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MAPS

The best way to determine your ward or district is at MyVote.wi.gov.
Municipal and School Districts maps 
(courtesy of David Michael Miller at Isthmus)

  • MyVote.wi.gov is your online site to check your voter registration, see what's on your ballot, request an absentee ballot, find your polling place, or contact your municipal clerk.

  • From March 14–March 31, voters must register in-person at their municipal clerk's office (or designated satellite location). Voters may always register at the polls on Election Day. In all cases, proof of residence is required to register to vote.

  • Voter photo ID is required to vote. Be sure you have a valid ID for voting! The Dane County Voter ID Coalition hotline for those who need help getting a voter photo ID is 608.285.2141.

  • Vote absentee by mail. Ballots must be received by your clerk by April 2.

  • In-person absentee voting (IPAV) dates and times are determined by each municipal clerk. See the city of Madison IPAV schedule here.

  • Polls will be open from 7 am to 8 pm on April 2.

See Voting (in the footer of every page) for more information.

Read Candidates' Answers to our questions for these races:

Candidates’ Answers is compiled from questionnaires sent to the candidates by the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin (LWVWI) or the League of Women Voters of Dane County (LWVDC). The League is a non-partisan, tax-exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS tax code. Candidates’ Answers does not recommend or endorse candidates or parties. Candidates’ replies are printed exactly as the candidates wrote them. Candidates for state office were limited to 500 characters in response to each question by LWVWI. Candidates for local office were given a 100-word limit for each question by LWVDC. Answers that exceeded the limit are truncated with the notation [WORD LIMIT]. Candidates who did not reply by the deadline have NO REPLY after their name. 

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Permission to copy and distribute Candidates' Answers is granted if no candidate’s answers are altered in any way, equal treatment is afforded all candidates for a given office, and credit is given to the League of Women Voters of Dane County.

The print edition of Candidates’ Answers is on newsstands as an insert in the March 14 edition of Isthmus. If your business, facility, organization or social group would like to have additional copies, please complete our request form and we will do our best to provide some.