Making Democracy Work

Elections

Find information on Wisconsin's new Voter ID law. Who is on the ballot in the next election? How to register to vote? ...and more

Voter Information

Information on your voting status and polling place can be found at My Vote Wisconsin

Find information about the next election at the Janesville City Clerk's Office

Register to Vote

Are you registered to vote? Do you want to change your address, your name?

Use the link above to access the Janesville City Clerk's Office if you reside in the City of Janesville. Information on registration and polling places is also available from the state.

Wisconsin's Voter ID Law

Watch this section for the latest information.

2016 Elections

Spring Primary -- February 16, 2016

Spring General Election -- April 5, 2016

-- Janesville City Council

-- Janesville Board of Education

-- Rock County Board of Supervisors

-- Judicial Races

Partisan Primary -- August 9, 2016

Fall General Election -- November 8, 2016

-- County Offices

-- Wisconsin Assembly and Senate

-- Congressional Districts

-- United States Senate

The League of Women Voters was featured in a video produced by the Center for American Progress, which visited Wisconsin on June 5 to investigate the impacts of new voting laws. The 6-minute video includes interviews with LWV election observer Anna Campbell and the League's executive director, as well as a visit with a patriotic couple assisted by the Ashland-Bayfield League before the voter ID law was blocked. Click here to see the video.

At least three newspapers have published a column, co-written by Robert Kraig, Mike McCabe and Andrea Kaminski, linking our current campaign finance system with the old-time - and illegal - practice of slipping money under the table to an elected official. The piece has been published by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Janesville Gazette and Wisconsin State Farmer.