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Empowering Voters
Defending Democracy

2024 Partisan Primary
        Everyone Vote! Are You Ready?

Early In-Person Voting Begins on July 30

Election Day, August 13

You can still request an absentee ballot.

Wisconsin Has Open Primaries

Voters don't need to be registered with a party to vote in the primary election. This means voters choose which party's primary they want to vote in when completing their ballot.

What If I Make a Mistake?

  • Carefully read all of the instructions.
  • Fill in the oval next to the party of your choice.
  • ONLY vote for candidates in that party.
  • Ballot referendum questions are on the back of the ballot.
  • Double-check your ballot to make sure you completed it correctly.
  • If you make a mistake, contact your clerk to get a replacement ballot.

Your Vote
Your Voice.


Important Dates
for the Partisan Primary

July 24: last day to register online or by mail

July 30: first day of early in=person voting

July 30: recommended last day to request an absentee ballot

August 6: recommended last day to mail your ballot

Click below for your
early voting  dates, times, and locations.

City of La Crosse Early Voting Information

La Crosse County Early Voting Information

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Information About the Constitutional Amendment Referendum Questions

Watch the LWVWI Webinar
Why Vote NO!

The League of Women Voters recommends a NO Vote.

Read the Full LWVWI Position Here

On August 13, WI voters will be asked to approve on two constitutional amendment  ballot referendum questions. These amendments to our constitution would remove the governor's authority to accept or disperse federal funds sent back to our state for various purposes.

QUESTION 1: “Delegation of appropriation power. Shall section 35 (1) of article IV of the constitution be created to provide that the legislature may not delegate its sole power to determine how moneys shall be appropriated?”
QUESTION 2: “Allocation of federal moneys. Shall section 35 (2) of article IV of the constitution be created to prohibit the governor from allocating any federal moneys the governor accepts on behalf of the state without the approval of the legislature by joint resolution or as provided by legislative rule?
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