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Voter Information


Spring 2019

As Kenoshans, we place a high value on our community and what happens to it. Staying engaged through voting is one way to make your voice heard and help positively influence our community as a whole.
There are several actions you can take ahead of time, so you can head into this Election feeling prepared and informed.

Offices to be Elected Spring 2019

Special election April 30, 2019, to fill the 64th Assembly District seat previously held by Peter Barca, D-Kenosha.

64th Assembly District candidates in special election answer questions and 64th assembly district candidates spar on issues


Know when to Vote!

Register to Vote!

  • Making sure you are registered (and that your registration is up-to-date) is one of the easiest ways to prepare for an election. Plus, technology can make it even easier.
  • Visit and click Register to Vote (or Click Here!).
  • Not into the technology thing? You can also get print materials at your neighborhood KPL Branch or through the City Clerk's Office.

Know Your Polling Place! also has you covered here. Click this link to go directly to the webpage you need, or give the KPL Reference Desk a call at 564-6130 and we can look it up for you.

Know What IDs You are Bringing!
For information on what IDs you need to have with you, visit

Know What is On Your Ballot!
Once again, is ready for you. Click here to search and preview your ballot.

Learn About the Candidates!
The best way to be prepared for any Election is to educate yourself about what each Candidate stands for. Concise and combined candidate information often does not come out until closer to the Election.
We will list what we find right here and we will update it as we see more information released.

  • Ballotpedia
    • This website brings together an incredible amount of voting/election information. 
    • On the Ballot, you will also see Libertarian, Green, and Constitution party representatives, though they do not have Candidates for all offices up for election. See below for more information about these parties.
  • Kenosha News
  • New York Times
  • Washington Post
  • The Capital Times
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Wisconsin Public Radio
  • Wisconsin Public Television


Wisconsin's Five Recognized Political Parties
All five Parties have candidates on this ballot, though not necessarily for every office up for election.


Other Valuable Resources: