Advance voting to get under way Monday
JANESVILLE--Starting Monday, voters can cast their ballots for the November election.
While advance voting for the Nov. 6 election is already under way in some states, it will begin Monday in Wisconsin and run through Friday, Nov. 2.
Ballots must be cast in person at the voter’s municipal clerk’s office.
Absentee ballots cast by mail are now being accepted. Registered voters can request absentee ballots by mail, email or fax from their municipal clerk’s offices. The clerk must receive the application by Thursday, Nov. 1, for an absentee ballot to be sent.
The absentee ballot must be postmarked no later than Nov. 6 (Election Day) and received at the appropriate municipal clerk’s office by Friday, Nov. 9, in order to be counted.
People who have moved or changed their names since last voting must re-register to vote. They can do so at the polls on Election Day or ahead of time at their clerk’s office.
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