Middleton Public Library
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National Voter Registration Day

Tuesday September 26 at 9:30am    
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Tuesday September 26th is National Voter Registration Day. Since 2012, the fourth Tuesday in September has been dedicated to encouraging eligible citizens to register to vote. This year members of the Dane County League of Women Voters will be in the lobby of the Middleton Library from 9:30 am to 7:30 pm to answer questions and provide information about voter registration. Up until 20 days before an election, people who have a current and unexpired driver license (can be suspended or revoked) or state ID with their current name and address can register to vote online (at http://myvote.wi.gov ). If you need to update your address with the DMV, this can be done at the DMV website. If you need to update your name, you must go to the DMV office. People who do not have a valid and current driver license or state ID can complete a paper voter registration application or start the voter registration application form at the online voter registration website. The website will direct them to print the form, include proof of residence and mail the form to their city clerk’s office. In the City of Middleton, you can also register to vote in person at the city clerk’s office Monday through Friday from 7:45 am to 4:30 pm or until 5:00 pm the Friday before an election. If you can’t get to the city clerk’s office during these times, up until 20 days before the election you can register to vote at the Middleton Public Library which has weekend and evening hours. Paper registration application forms are available at the library. Library computers can also be used to register online, or to start the application process and print completed registration application forms. Library copiers can be used (at no charge) to make copies of the proof of residence that must be submitted with paper registration application forms. Library staff can take your completed voter registration application and copy of proof of residence to the city clerk’s office, or you can mail them to the city clerk if you prefer. If you have questions, or want more information about the voter registration process, don’t forget to stop in the library on Tuesday September 26th!


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