Early In_Person Voting (aka In-Person Absentee voting) runs from October 20 through November 1, although in many locations it will end on October 30. Traffic was brisk on the first day of early voting in the City of Milwaukee. So be prepared for lines.
The information for sites and hours for the City of Milwaukee is listed below. In the other municipalities around the city, check the municipal website for early in-person voting information. You can also consult the Wisconsin Democratic Party site for early voting information, drop box information, and contact information for municipal clerks.
Early Voting Information for the City of Milwaukee
Frank P. Zeidler Municipal Building, 841 N Broadway, Room 102
Midtown Center, 5700 W Capitol Dr
Zablocki Library, 3501 W Oklahoma Ave
Mondays - Fridays 8am to 7pm
Saturdays - Sundays 10am to 4pm
Bay View Library, 2566 S Kinnickinnic Ave
Cannon Park Pavilion, 303 N 95th St
Clinton Rose Senior Center, 3045 N Martin Luther King, Jr. Dr
East Library, 2320 N Cramer St
Good Hope Library, 7717 W Good Hope Rd
Mitchell Street Library, 906 W Historic Mitchell St
Tippecanoe Library, 3912 S Howell Ave
Villard Square Library, 5190 N 35th St
Washington Park Library, 2121 N Sherman Blvd
Mondays & Tuesdays 7am to 1pm
Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays 1pm to 7pm
Saturdays - Sundays 10am to 4pm
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Student Union, 2200 E Kenwood Blvd
Mondays - Fridays 10am to 3pm
Milwaukee Area Technical College, 1101 N 6th St (T Building)
Mondays - Saturdays 11am to 2pm, starting on Wednesday, October 21st
Independence First, 540 S 1st St
Manitoba School, 4040 W Forest Home Ave
Independence First and Manitoba School are by appointment only. Appointment requests will be considered after October 20th. Please note requests are honored based on the voter's inability to vote at any of the other sites during the scheduled voting hours. Please email email@example.com to request an appointment.
Although we had to have our Gala Awards Event virtually, we had a wonderful line-up of speakers and guests. If you missed it but would like to hear from such luminaries as Lt. Governor Mandela Barnes and Vice Presidential nominee Senator Kamala Harris, well here you go!
THEY'RE HERE!!!! You can drop by the office (2999 S Delaware, Milwaukee), Mondays - Fridays from 2pm - 6pm, to pick one up. While supplies last. So hurry.
The City of Milwaukee Election Commission is looking for hardworking citizens that have a dedication to democracy and protecting voter rights to work at the polls.
Election Inspectors play a vital role at voting sites. They work directly with voters and assist them in any of the following capacities:
Election Inspectors are paid $230 (hazard pay increase for 2020 Fall Elections) for a full-day shift and are required to attend one paid training class ($21.75) or retraining ($15.00). To receive training class payment, you are required to work on Election Day. Lunch and dinner breaks are allowed for full-day shift workers. A full-day shift is 6:00 a.m. to close of the voting site.
For more information and to fill out an application, PLEASE CLICK HERE.
We know you can't wait to display your very own yard sign supporting our nominee, Joe Biden, and his running mate, Kamala Harris, for President and Vice President of the United States. Alas, we do not yet have any Biden-Harris signs to distribute. We will let you know when we do have them. Be patient.
The Democratic Party of Milwaukee County is united in our effort to elect strong and responsible leaders who are committed to bettering the lives of everyone in Milwaukee and beyond. Sign up to join the DPMC and help us in our efforts to turn Wisconsin blue! We’re ready to win, but we can’t do it without your help. Join Today!
Members of the Democratic Party of Milwaukee County are eligible to vote for our officers, vote on resolutions and participate as delegates in Party conventions. And when you join the Democratic Party of Milwaukee County, you automatically become a member of the Democratic Party of Wisconsin (and vice versa).