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Research Register Vote: your one-stop, non-partisan resource to help you prepare, research civic issues, and vote in Wisconsin. 


The Candidates

Election Education
 

City of Kenosha Election Information

Common Voting & Election Terms Glossary | Definiciones de términos comunes en votaciones y elecciones en EE. UU.

Key Things To Know About Election Polling - Learning about what goes into election polling and how they interact with elections in the United States.

Library of Congress: Elections...The American Way - A history of elections and election rights issues in the United States.

Voting Issues
 

VoteSmart - Discover what candidates have sponsored and their voting record on issues important to you.

Govtrack.us - Search and find upcoming and trending legislation in the House of Representatives or the Senate.

Vote Easy - A matching tool to match you with a candidate based on key issues and ideals.

As Goes Wisconsin - Humorous and educational videos on Wisconsin civic issues.

2020 Election FAQ - A collection of commong questions and concerns regarding the 2020 elections.

Campaign Finance & Donors


Federal Election Commission - Official United States Government website that tracks campaign finance and donations

Wisconsin Democracy Campaign - A searchable digital database of campaign contributors to candidates running for state office in Wisconsin

 

Review the Media
 

Media Bias/Fact Check - Checks how factual a news organization’s reporting is and what biases the organizations have. 

Allsides.com - Compares how news media from various ideological biases report their news.

FactCheck.org - A non-partisan fact-checker that helps check the truthfulness of statements and claims made by politicians.

Referendums

No referendums have been announced for the Spring Primary or Spring Election at this time.

Register To Vote Online | Registrarse para votar en linea - Assistance is available at open Kenosha Public Library branches.

Register for Absentee Voting - The deadline for making application to receive an absentee ballot by mail is:
5 pm on Thursday, February 11, 2021.

Check Your ID - Most voters will need an acceptable photo I.D. If you don’t have one, learn how to receive a free state I.D. card

Answer Your Questions - Information for convicted felons, military voters, homeless voters, hospitalized voters and more on the Wisconsin Voter Landing Page

Upcoming Elections

  • February 16: Spring Primary
  • April 6: Spring Election


Find My Polling Place | Buscar mi lugar de votación

Receive Voting Reminders  - Use the tool below and receive voting reminders from vote.org! 


 

This page is compiled and maintained by librarians at the Kenosha Public Library. Links to political parties and/or campaign websites are for informational purposes only and do not in any way constitute an endorsement.