Wisconsin prepares for election with voter ID
Photo ID will be required to vote in Tuesday's primary,
The state has a website set up to help people with the change.
Milwaukee County Clerk Joe Czarnezki says poll workers are prepared to check for photo ID. He also says people can mark down their vote without an ID, but it won't immediately count. He said, "If you don't have ID you will be able to case a provisional ballot. Then you will have until Friday to come to your municipal clerk's office to show proper identification to have that ballot counted."
The County also has a website set up with additional information for voters.