(Well, anyone can, who meets the criteria to register in Wisconsin)
See the info below on voting in Wisconsin as a student, or if you have ANY questions, click on this link!
Can I vote in Wisconsin?
- You can vote in the November 2, 2010 election if you’re registered to vote.
- You can register if you meet all of the following qualifications:
- You can register to vote at whatever address you regard as your primary legal residence. This can be either your school address or your home address.
- (1) you’re a U.S. citizen;
(2) you will have been a Wisconsin resident for at least ten days on Election Day;
(3) you’ll be at least 18 years old on Election Day;
(4) you’re not currently incarcerated or on probation, parole or extended supervision for a felony conviction; and
(5) you haven’t been declared by a court to be mentally incompetent.
• Acceptable forms of proof of residence include:
- (1) a current and valid Wisconsin driver’s license or Wisconsin state ID card;
(2) Any other official identification card or license issued by a Wisconsin governmental body or unit;
(3) an employee ID card with your photo on it (but not a business card);
(4) a 2009 or 2010 real estate tax bill or receipt;
(5) a current residential lease (except that first-time-voters who registered by mail can’t use a lease as proof of residence);
(6) a university, college, or technical institute fee card or ID card with your photo on it;
(7) a utility bill (such as gas, electric, phone, cable TV) from the last 90 days;
(8) a bank statement;
(9) a paycheck or government check; or
(10) some other government document. W.S.A. §§ 6.29, 6.34