In-Person Absentee Voting Starts Tuesday in Madison
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~ The City of Madison is offering in-person absentee voting beginning Tuesday, Mar. 21, at several locations throughout the city. Voters who wish to participate in this form of voting must bring an acceptable photo ID for voting in Wisconsin and, if necessary, a proof of residence document if they need to register for the first time or update their registration due to a move or name change.

The ExpressVote accessible ballot-marking device will be used for in-person absentee voting due to the dozens of ballot styles citywide. Those who have requested an absentee ballot by mail can return their completed ballots to an in-person absentee voting location during the location's voting hours. At the end of each day's shift, absentee ballots will be brought to the Clerk's Office in a courier bag with a tamper-evident seal and documented on a chain-of-custody form.

Voting locations include Central Library (201 W Mifflin St), Warner Park Community Recreation Center (1625 Northport Dr), Olbrich Gardens (3330 Atwood Ave), East Madison Community Center (8 Straubel Court), Edgewood College – Wingra Commons (1000 Edgewood College Dr), UW– Madison Memorial Union (800 Langdon St), UW– Madison Union South (1308 W Dayton St), Madison College Truax Campus (1701 Wright St), Madison College Goodman South Madison Campus (2429 Perry St), Alicia Ashman Library (733 N High Point Rd), Goodman South Madison Library (2222 S Park St), Hawthorne Library (2707 E Washington Ave), Lakeview Library (2845 N Sherman Ave), Meadowridge Library (5726 Raymond Rd), Pinney Library (516 Cottage Grove Rd) Sequoya Library(4340 Tokay Blvd) Hmong Institute(4402 Femrite Dr) Global Market & Food Hall(2161 Zeier Rd) Lussier Community Education Center(55 S Gammon Rd) Urban League Southwest Employment Center(1233 McKenna Blvd) Boys & Girls Club – Allied(4619 Jenewein Rd) Catholic Multicultural Center(1862 Beld St) Eagle Heights Community Center(611 Eagle Heights Dr) Bridge – Lake Point – Waunona Neighborhood Center(1917 Lake Point Dr) Rebalanced – Life Wellness Association Men's Health & Education Center(588 Grand Canyon Dr) Elver Park Neighborhood Center(1201 McKenna Blvd) Christ the Solid Rock Baptist Church/Lake Edge United Church of Christ(4200 Buckeye Rd) Fountain of Life Church(633 W Badger Rd).

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Voting hours vary by location but generally range from 9:00 am - 7:00 pm weekdays, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Saturdays and 2:00 - 4:00 pm Sundays. No voter registration will be available on Saturday, Apr. 1 or Sunday, Apr. 2 per state law.

In-person absentee voting is an important way for citizens to make their voices heard and ensure that their votes are counted in this year's election. The City of Madison encourages all eligible voters to take advantage of this opportunity and exercise their right to vote.

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