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Voter Registration Drive

October 6, 2016 @ 11:00 am - 6:00 pm

A Voter Registration Drive will be held in the following Manitowoc County Municipalities on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2016 FROM 11:00AM-6:00PM.
Wisconsin is fortunate in that our laws allow people to register on all regular (government) business days, including on Election Day, except one; the day before an election. Wisconsin clerks know that the 2016 Elections are forecasted to have record high voter turnout and we want to do everything possible to make the Elections run as smoothly as possible for everyone. That is why clerks across the state are hosting Voter Registration Drives. The following municipalities will have extended hours only on October 6, 2016 to accommodate their residents who either need to register to vote or need to update their registrations with a name or address change. You must register in the municipality you reside in.
Village of Valders-Village Office 207 S. Liberty Street 920-775-4522
Village of Reedsville-Village Hall 217 Menasha Street 920-754-4371
Village of St. Nazianz-Village Hall 228 W. Main Street 920-773-2471
(Other than this special registration drive by appointment only)
Town of Maple Grove-Town Hall 217 Menasha Street 920-754-4371
What are the requirements to register or update a registration?
In Wisconsin you have to be at least 18 years old on or before the NEXT election. The next state-wide election is November 8, 2016, so anyone who is now 17 and has a birthday on or before November 8, 2016, can register now if they meet the rest of the requirements.
You must be a U.S. Citizen, not currently serving a felony conviction (either jail time or probation), nor been declared incompetent or ineligible to vote by a judge.
You must have resided in your home for at least 10 days prior to Election Day in order to establish a new voting location.
You must show Proof of Residency; an acceptable document that proves you reside (live) where you say you reside. The most commonly used acceptable documents include: a current and valid driver’s license or state ID issued by the Wisconsin DMV, a recent utility bill (gas, electric, phone, TV cable or satellite, or internet – not credit card), a paycheck or pay stub, and a bank or credit union statement. The utility bill, paycheck, paystub, or banking statement can be shown either as a paper document or in electronic format.
Your Municipal Clerk/Treasurers
Lori Bruckner-Valders, Kay Mueller- St. Nazianz
Mary Jo Krahn-Reedsville & Maple Grove


October 6, 2016
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
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