How to Register
Wisconsin requires 28 days to establish residency at a new address. Temporary absence does not affect residency. Time spent away from your residence still counts toward the 28 day residency requirement as long as you intend to return. When registering, you must present Proof of Residence, a document showing your current name at your current address. You cannot register to vote at a post office box. View acceptable forms of Proof of Residence by clicking here.
You may register to vote at the MyVote Wisconsin website at www.myvote.wi.gov if you have a valid, unexpired Wisconsin driver license or Wisconsin ID, and your address on file with the DMV matches the address at which you are registering to vote. If the DMV does not have your current address on file, update your address on the DMV website before updating your voter registration at MyVote Wisconsin.
During open registration, City of New Berlin residents may register to vote in the City Clerk's Office during normal business hours.
Mail (only allowable up to 20 days before an election)
Registration forms are available on the Wisconsin Elections Commission website in English, Spanish and Hmong. To register to vote by mail, download and print the application above and mail the form to the City Clerk's Office. The registration form must be postmarked at least 20 days before the election. You will need to include Proof of Residence with the form.
Mail application to:
City Clerk's Office
Attn: Voter Registration
3805 S. Casper Drive
New Berlin, WI 53151
Members of the military are not required to register to vote, but must complete forms to vote absentee. Military and overseas voters may download their absentee ballots online. Learn more about how to vote absentee.
Voters who have moved overseas with no intent to return to live in the United States may continue voting for federal offices from their last Wisconsin address. These voters may register and request absentee ballots using the Federal Postcard Application. Voters who are permanently living overseas do not need to send proof of residence with their voter registration.
Voters Experiencing Homelessness
Voters experiencing homelessness who do not have a traditional street address may register to vote using the map on the registration form to indicate a location they return to on a regular basis. They may use a letter from a social service agency (public or private) as proof of residence.
An individual convicted of a felony may register to vote after completing the terms of the felony sentence, including probation or parole.
Register during Closed Registration
Once registration closes at 5:00 pm 20 days before an election, you may only register to vote at the City Clerk's Office (during absentee voting hours) with proof of address, until the close of absentee voting at City Hall the Friday before the Election.
Registering early will save you time on Election Day.
However, it is possible to register at the polls on Election Day. Make sure you have your proof of residence and photo ID if you wish to also vote on Election Day.