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Democracy Needs YOU

November 2, 2010


1. Find your polling place

The place where you vote depends on where you live. To find your polling place, go here. For those of you with less patience, try this.

If you are not already registered to vote, you can register at the polls. All you have to do is bring proof of residency that includes your first and last name, and your address. For a list of things you can use to prove your residency, go here. If you don’t have anything on this list, go to the polls with someone registered to vote in your district who can sign off on your current address.

If you don’t know whether you are registered to vote, go here.

Note: If you have changed addresses since you registered to vote, you will also need to bring proof of residence to the polls.

2. Know the issues

UW-Madison students in the journalism school created a website with information about the candidates and referenda on the ballot. Check it out.

To view a sample ballot for your district, go here.

*** If you have any questions about voting, please leave a comment!

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