Minnesota and Wisconsin Offer Online Tools to Help With Common Voting Questions, Find Polling Places, and See Your Ballots in Advance
Election day is here! Before heading to the polls, the office of the Secretary of State in Minnesota and the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board remind voters of easy to use online tools to get ready to vote.
Both states have websites dedicated to answering common questions about voting, finding your polling place, seeing what's on the ballot, and much more. Checking out your state's voting website can ensure that you're ready to cast your vote.
Minnesotans will be voting for Governor, filling one of the state's two U.S. Senate seats, electing U.S. House representatives, and voting for a number of state and local offices and questions. You can find everything you need to know about Minnesota voting at mnvotes.org.
Wisconsin residents will also be voting for Governor, U.S. House representatives, State Assembly representation, and several other state and local issues and offices. You can find everything you need to know about voting in Wisconsin at myvote.wi.gov. It is worth noting that you will need to enter your name and birthdate in order to access most of the information on Wisconsin's voting website.