Starting Monday, you can vote at City Hall.
In-person absentee voting runs from Oct. 22 through Friday, Nov. 2, and you can vote during normal business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday) at 2424 15th Ave.
Learn more on the city website’s elections page, which includes sample ballots and district maps.
Remember: No photo ID is necessary, but voters will have to sign the poll book before receiving a ballot.
And you can register at City Hall. From the city site:
Voters can register at the City Clerk’s office prior to the election date or at the polling place on election day. Voters should bring their Wisconsin driver’s license or state ID card when registering. If the information on your license does not list your current address, additional documentation with the current address will be needed to establish residency. A voter must have lived at their residence for at least 28 consecutive days prior to registering. Remember, you must change your voter registration if you are new to the city, have changed residences within the city or if you had a legal name change.
Of course, Election Day is Nov. 6.