Wisconsin Elections

for 2018

General election is on Nov. 06, 2018.

Check if you’re registered to vote at Am I Registered to Vote?

Register to vote by downloading the voter registration form at Get the form

OR call (866) 868-3947 to have one sent to you.

Get your polling place at: Find My Polling Place.

Get your sample ballot at: Sample Ballot Lookup.

Early voting starts weeks before the Election Day– each municipality (town or village) has a different start date, so contact your Local Election Office to find out when it starts where you live. Bring your photo ID with you when you vote. Early voting ends at 5 p.m. or the close of business (whichever is later) on the Friday before Election Day.

Voters registration deadline is:

  • In-Person: Election Day
  • By Mail: Postmarked at least 20 days before Election Day.
  • Online: N/A

If the voter registration deadline has passed, you can still register to vote in person at the office of your Local Election Office at any time up to Election Day.

Federal Level

President: There is NO candidate running for president in 2018

Senator: The Democratic candidate running for the senate is: Tammy Baldwin – Incumbent

US Congress: There Democratic candidates running US House of Representatives are:

District 1:  Randy Bryce; District 2: Mark Pocan – Incumbent; District 3:Ron Kind – Incumbent; District 4:Gwen Moore – Incumbent;District 5: Tom Palzewicz; District 6: Dan Kohl; District 7: Margaret Engebretson; District 8: Beau Liegeois

State Level

State Executive Level

Governor: The Democratic candidates for Governor is:Tony Evers,

Lt. Governor: The Democratic candidates for Governor is: Mandela Barnes

Atty General : The Democratic candidate running for Atty. General is: Josh Kaul

Sec. of State: The Democratic  candidate running for Sec. of State is: Douglas La Follette – Incumbent

State Congressional Level

State Senate: 

Elections for the Wisconsin State Senate seat will take place in 2018.

Of the 33 seats, 17 are up for election in 2018. The state senators serve staggered terms. In 2018, odd-numbered districts in the state Senate are up for election.

The Democratic candidates running for the State Senate are:

District 1:Caleb Frostman (i); District 3:Tim Carpenter (i); District 5:Julie Henszey; District 7:Chris Larson (i); District 9:Kyle Whelton; District 11:No Dem; District 13:Michelle Zahn; District 15:Janis Ringhand (i); District 17:Kriss Marion ; District 19:Lee Snodgrass ; District 21:Lori Hawkins ; District 23:Chris Kapsner ; District 25:Janet Bewley (i); District 27:Jon Erpenbach (i); District 29:Richard Pulcher; District 31:Jeff Smith; District 33:No Dem.

State House: 

All of the 99 seats are up for election in 2018. Wisconsin state Assembly members serve 2 year terms, with all seats up for election every two years. Please vote for the Democratic candidate that represents your district.

Ballot Measures:Wisconsin had 1 ballot measure, Eliminate the position of state treasurer that was defeated on April 03, 2018.

Municipal Elections: