By Eric Fischer
With elections just over a week away, voters are reminded that to vote they must bring their photo ID with them. Acceptable forms of photo ID include a Wisconsin driver’s license, US Passport, a Military ID card issued by U.S. Uniformed Services, a Wisconsin DOT-issued identification card, and a student identification card issued by a Wisconsin accredited university, college, or technical college, that has date the card was issued and the signature of the student. These ids must be unexpired or have expired after the previous general election. Voters must also register to vote and can do so at any time, including Election Day. Sturgeon Bay city clerk Stephanie Reinhardt explains what to do if you aren’t currently registered.
Reinhardt adds that any government-issued form such as a utility bill or fishing license will work, however hospital bills do not. Election Day is April 3rd and polls are open 7 am until 8 pm.