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Voting in the General Election

In-person absentee voting, who is your ballot, and where you vote
Post Date:09/24/2018 10:38 AM

Here are all the details you'd need to know about November's election:

In-Person Absentee Voting

In-person absentee voting takes place in the Common Council Chambers during the weeks of October 22 and October 29 during regular business hours (8 am – 4:30 pm) and Friday, November 2 until 5 pm.

Who is on my ballot?

The General Election is November 6. The polls are open from 7 am - 8 pm. Visit to see a sample ballot, find your voting location, or request an absentee ballot. On the homepage, you can click on "Where do I Vote?" or "What's on my ballot" and type in your address to see this information.

Photo ID is in effect; voters must present photo ID before receiving a ballot. Except for voters on the permanent absentee ballot list, absentee ballot requests must be accompanied by a photo ID unless it has been previously submitted.  Please call the City Clerk’s office (414) 479-8921 with questions.

Where do I vote?

Go to the homepage of Scroll down to reach the myWauwatosa feature (pictured below) and type in your address. The myWauwatosa feature will tell you where you vote and your voting ward.



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