Voting Dates, Deadlines, and Guides

Preserve Your Religious Freedom

Continue our right to worship and publicly express our religious beliefs. There is no freedom of religion when we cannot pray or publicly state our religious beliefs and when faith symbols are removed from government buildings and public property.

Protect Life

Oppose radical “freedom of choice” legislation and ensure that people of faith are not forced to fund abortions with tax dollars. Respect for all human life is lost when the weak and vulnerable do not have the right to life.

Defend Traditional Marriage

Strengthen the family structure by preserving legal marriage between a man and a woman and preventing taxpayer funding for domestic partner benefits.

Secure Parents’ Rights

Give parents the broadest educational options available. Children’s best decision-makers are their parents, and parents should be empowered by the government, not restricted.

Voting Dates & Deadlines

Wisconsin General Election

April 4, 2023 from 7:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m

Early Voting: Dates Vary by Locality – Begins March 21, 2023

Voter Registration Deadline

March 15, 2023 – Deadline to Register by Mail
March 15, 2023 – Deadline to Register to vote online
March 31, 2023 @ 5:00 p.m – Deadline to Register in Your Municipal Clerk’s Office
April 4, 2023 from 7:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m – Register to Vote at Your Polling Place

Absentee Voting Deadline

March 30, 2023 @ 5:00 p.m. – Deadline to Request an Absentee Ballot – Regular and Permanent Overseas Voters
March 31, 2023 @ 5:00 p.m – Deadline to Request an Absentee Ballot – Indefinitely Confined and Military



The facts about the candidates – that’s what iVoterGuide is all about, and we’re making it easier to search for candidates and the issues most important to you!

Would you hire an employee without first looking at their resume? Of course not. So why would you vote for a candidate without knowing where they stand on the issues? The Wisconsin Family Action Free Voters Guide provides Wisconsin voters with critical information on candidates and where they stand on important issues impacting faith, family, and freedom in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Family Action produces this comprehensive guide in partnership with iVoterGuide, to help Wisconsinites cast a more informed vote. It is not an attempt to endorse or oppose any candidate.


CLICK BELOW to find the candidates on YOUR ballot on November 8, 2022.

Register To Vote

The deadline to register to vote online and by mail is Wednesday, October 14.

You have to REGISTER if:

  • You’ve never voted in Wisconsin before;
  • You’ve moved since the last time you voted in Wisconsin – even if you just moved across the street or to a new apartment in your building;
  • You changed your name (by marriage, divorce, etc.) since the last time you voted. (If you changed your name, you must first update your name IN PERSON at the Social Security Office and at the DMV. Then you can register to vote);
  • You haven’t voted in four years or more (and have been taken off the voter registration rolls); or
  • You were taken off the voter registration rolls because of being convicted of a felony, and now you’re “off paper” and want to vote again.

Here is a quick tutorial that explains how to register to vote in Wisconsin.