MADISON (WKOW) — Voters can start casting their ballots Tuesday for the spring election.
According to local clerks, all voters need to bring for in-person absentee voting is a photo ID. If registering to vote for the first time or updating registration because of a move or name change, the voter needs to bring a proof of residence document.
Voters can check their voter registration on the MyVote Wisconsin website.
Anyone who requested an absentee ballot can turn it in at an in-person absentee voting location. At the end of each day, the ballots are brought to the city's clerk's office in a courier bag with a tamper evident seal.
There are several in-person absentee voting locations across Madison, you can see the full list and find the one closest to you on the clerk's website.
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