If you haven’t voted since the last presidential election, your record may well have been deactivated unless you replied to the Wisconsin Elections Commission postcard mailing about this process.
On August 4th, as required by state law, the WEC deactivated 108,378 voter records as a cleanup of those who have moved to a new address without re-registering, voters who have died, others who have asked to have their registrations deactivated, and those who simply have not voted.
You can go to our state’s online site for all voting needs: myvote.wi.gov – a quick, user-friendly service that can be accessed by computer, smart phone or tablet – to check your registration, and if necessary, re-register.
If you have questions we can assist in person at this event, or you can contact us at lwvlacrosse.org.
If you can't make the local event, join in an online smash-up of National Voter Registration Day AND National Talk Like a Pirate Day!
Join us on the high seas of civic engagement for an unforgettable virtual event on National Voter Registration Day (which also happens to be National Talk Like a Pirate Day)! Mark your calendars for 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, September 19 and prepare to embark on an adventure that will empower you to seize your freedom to vote. Arrr you ready to register? We can promise fun and information, but we can't promise that we'll slow down on the pirate puns!
What to Expect
- Stories on the importance of voting
- Answers on your voter registration questions
- Create and share fun content about voter registration
- Sessions to text friends with info
- Opportunities to win merch and prizes