National Voter Day Registration Events Planned

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MIDDLETON–Make your voice count!  Voting is your chance to weigh in on issues that matter to you, but to do that you need to be properly registered.

Sept. 24 is National Voter Registration Day.  Since 2012 this national holiday has sponsored activities throughout the country to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to vote. Last year over 800,000 voters throughout all 50 states used National Voter Registration Day to register to vote.

This year, the Middleton Public Library is a National Voter Registration Day partner. A special voter registration/information table will be available in the Middleton Public Library lobby from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.  Volunteers will be there to help you check your registration status, register, or update your current registration as needed and answer questions about Wisconsin’s photo ID requirements. This will supplement the voter registration assistance you can always receive from the City Clerk’s office, or from Middleton Public Library staff when the City Clerk’s office is closed. The City Clerk’s office is open from 7:45 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Monday-Friday,   

The Middleton Senior Center will also provide a table with handout materials on voter registration and photo ID requirements on National Voter Registration Day. 

To find out if you need to register or update your registration, go to and enter your name and date of birth.  If you are a new Wisconsin resident, your registration has expired, you moved, or had a name change you will need to register or update your current registration. If you have a Wisconsin Driver’s License or Wisconsin ID with your current name and address, you can register online at . Otherwise you can register by mailing a completed registration to the City Clerk’s office. You also can register at the polls on Election Day. Registering in advance will let you avoid long registration lines on Election Day. 

Only once you are properly registered can you make your voice heard by casting your vote.  Make sure you are ready to speak when the next election is held!

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