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

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.

League of Women Voters: Wisconsin - Hub to learn more about candidates, how to judge candidates and learn what elected positions do.

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.

 

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.

Kenosha News Spring Election Guide - All coverage of the April 6 election from the Kenosha News

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, April 1, 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

Next Elections

  • Spring Primary - February 15, 2022
  • Spring Election - April 5, 2022
  • Fall Primary - August 9, 2022
  • Fall General - November 8, 2022


Find My Polling Place | Buscar mi lugar de votación | List of Polling Locations

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.