Superior voters can cast ballots early
Eligible voters in the city of Superior can cast their ballots now through Nov. 2., leading up to the Nov. 6 General Election.
Maybe you know you'll be out of town Nov. 6.
Maybe your work schedule makes it difficult to vote on Election Day.
Or maybe you're just excited about the opportunity to vote or hoping to escape lines at the polls.
Whatever the reason — you don't need an excuse — eligible voters in Superior can cast their ballot now through the Nov. 2 in the City Clerk's Office or by casting an absentee ballot by Nov. 6.
In person voting runs 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays through Nov. 2. Just bring your photo ID to the second floor of the Government Center and cast your ballot at your convenience.
For people not registered to vote, they can still register when you vote. Just bring proof of residence such as a lease, utility bill or credit card statement with your current address if it's not already on your valid photo ID.
Registered voters can also have a ballot mailed to them by calling 715-395-7200 or visiting MyVote.WI.gov to have an absentee ballot application mailed to them. Return the application with a copy of your valid photo ID and a ballot will be mailed to you until Nov. 1. Mailed ballots must be returned by Nov. 6.
The most common forms of photo ID in Wisconsin include a Wisconsin driver's license, state ID card or U.S. Passport. To see other types of photo ID you can use, go to BringItWisconsin.com.