Register to vote at the Shorewood Public Library
Through 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 19, Shorewood residents may complete voter registration (new voters, address or name changes) at the Library.
Election Day: Tuesday, November 8.
Voter registration at Library & Village Hall: every day until October 19.
Voter registration ONLY at Village Hall: October 19 - November 4
Day-of registration at your polling place: Tuesday, November 8.
Where to go:
Librarians who staff the information desks in both the children's and adult areas can assist you. Go directly to the information desk to register.
Librarians at Shorewood Library can help you whenever the Library is open. You can also register to vote at Shorewood Village Hall by going to the Customer Service Desk there any time Village Hall is open, Mon-Fri, 8:00-4:30.
What you need:
The Library will provide registration forms.
You will need to know your Driver's Licence/State ID number OR the last four digits of your social security number.
You will need to provide a proof of residence document. Click here to learn what a proof of residence document is, from myvote.wi.gov.
What you don't need:
You do not need a photo ID to register. You do need a photo ID to vote on election day, so please go to Bring it to the Ballot, at bringitwisconsin.com, to learn what a photo ID is and how to get one before election day.