Register & Vote Early!

Getting stressed about Election Day lines, same-day registration, or just need to know more about voting? Read on for simple instructions about how to register and vote for Leslie!

Need to check your voter registration information or find out where to vote?

Click here to confirm that you are registered appropriately and find your polling place.

Not registered to vote at your address in District 12?

If it’s most convenient for you to register early by mail or in-person at any Madison Public Library branch, you have until March 13! (3/13 postmark if mailed to City Clerk) Also you may register early in-person until March 29th at the City Clerk’s office, Monday – Friday from 8am-4:30pm, located in the City-County Building, 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Room 103.

Click here for the registration form and information about proving your residency.

SKIP THE LINES AND VOTE EARLY. Why wait in line on the last day when you can make it quick and easy?

Want to vote early by mail or in-person?

You can request an absentee ballot to mail in RIGHT NOW by simply emailing a short note to containing the following:

  • Your full name
  • The Madison street address where you are registered to vote
  • Address to which the ballot should be mailed
  • Your signature

*Note: You may request a mail-in absentee ballot until March 28. If you’d prefer to use a form, you may also submit the Absentee Ballot Request Form, but it’s not required.

REMEMBER TO TURN IT IN. All mail-in absentee ballot must be RECEIVED on or before Election Day. For more info on absentee voting and instructions for returning your ballot, click here.

You can also vote early in-person starting on March 19th! Head to the City Clerk’s office Monday – Friday from 8am-4:30pm, located in the City-County Building, 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Room 103.

The last day to vote early in-person is March 29.

Contact the offices of the Madison City Clerk or the statewide Government Accountability Board for more information about elections, ballots, and accessing your right to vote.


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