Vote on April 5th!

As of the date of this writing, we are 48 days away from election day (April 5, 2022). The polls on that day will be open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. to vote in person. Many of the polling places in Wauwatosa have changed, so be sure to check your current polling place before heading out to vote. You can call the Wauwatosa City Clerk's office or check www.myvote.wi.gov, put in your address, and get all the details of your polling location.

Wondering how to vote absentee? You can currently request a ballot online through https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/ once you confirm your registration status. Alternatively, there are options through the Wauwatosa City Clerk's office. You can early vote in person at the clerk's office as well, typically in the two weeks prior to the election. More information is available at the city clerk's website: https://www.wauwatosa.net/government/departments/city-clerk/elections-voting/absentee-voting.

Voting is a civic duty and a right that should never be taken lightly. I urge each and every resident to go out and vote on April 5th to make sure your voice is heard!

You may be in a new aldermanic district in Wauwatosa:

Here is a list of voting locations, but double-check myvote.wi.gov to confirm!

Voting Locations _ Wauwatosa, WI
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