A voter must be a U.S. citizen, who will be 18 years of age or older on Election Day, and must have resided in the village of Muscoda for at least 28 consecutive days before the election. Voters must also show a photo ID before being allowed to vote. Here is a list of the changes made to voting law made by Wisconsin’s Voter ID law.
All voters must be registered before voting. You may register in person at the polls or by mail by filling out an application for voter registration (pdf).
Voters who are registered and otherwise qualified, but cannot appear in person at the polls on Election Day, may elect to vote by absentee ballot. For additional information on absentee voting click here.
Registered voters who need an absentee ballot can fill out an application for Absentee Ballot (pdf), print it out, sign it, attach a copy of your Photo ID and mail it to Village Administrator Clerk, Cinda Johnson; 206 North Wisconsin Avenue; Muscoda, WI 53573 or drop it off at the Village office during working hours.
If you have questions about this, or any other, election, you may be able to find the answer on the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board’s Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) web page or on their web site. They also have information on the Voter ID law here.
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