Miller Park is hosting a voter registration drive-thru today as part of National Voter Registration Day. The drive-thru registration will run from 2-7 p.m. and will be staffed by volunteers from Wisconsin Voices.
The election, less than two months away, is Nov. 3 with options for day-of voting, early voting and absentee ballot voting. Miller Park will also serve as an early voting location from Oct. 20-Nov. 1.
National Voter Registration Day was founded in 2012 to create a movement for people to exercise their right to vote. Since being founded, nearly 3 million people have registered to vote on National Voter Registration Day.
The social media hashtag of the day is #VoteReady, if you want to help drive attention toward National Voter Registration Day.
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How to Participate:
- Bring an acceptable proof of address. A valid photo ID is required to request an absentee ballot in most circumstances.
- Participants are asked to stay in their cars and follow signage through Miller Park where they will be met by a volunteer, in appropriate PPE, to help them through the process.
- In compliance with the state-wide mask policy, participants are asked to please wear a mask when interacting with volunteers.
- Walk-up registrants cannot be accommodated due to COVID-19 precautions and are instead directed to MyVote.wi.gov to receive more information about in-person registration help.