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How to locate your local polling station

Wisconsin voters can look up their polling place and other election-related information on the Internet using a new function of the state’s voter registration system. It’s now available under “Voter Information” on the Elections Division page, the Government Accountability Board’s website.

Voter Public Access gives the public a new means of getting information about voter registration, voting history, normal polling place locations, current office holders, and sample ballots for upcoming elections.

For great links to valuable election information, make sure to check out the library's Web site.


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