Voter registration available at public libraries in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE -- Election officials want city residents to have every opportunity to register to vote. People can do that at local public libraries in Milwaukee. You can any Milwaukee Public Library until October 15th at 5 pm. Outside of Milwaukee, people can register in-person at your local municipal clerk's office, with a special registration deputy, or at the polling place on Election Day.
Neil Albrecht, Milwaukee's Election Commissioner, says it is easier for people to register early because it helps save time.
There are numerous documents people can bring to register.
\"That document has to have their name and address on it, their current address, the address they are registering to vote under. They can bring their Wisconsin drivers license, or their state ID. If it has their name and current address on it, they can bring a utility bill from the last 90 days again with their name and address on it.\"
The election is November 4.