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I'm a college student. Where do I vote?

College students have choices for where they vote, but establishing the required 10 days of consecutive residency may be tricky for them.  State law acknowledges that college students may move frequently and provides special exceptions for them.  In general:

Students have the right to vote in Wisconsin if they have resided in a ward for at least 10 days, are U.S. citizens, at least 18 years old on or before Election Day, and are not otherwise disqualified.

Student status shall not be a consideration in determining residence for the purpose of establshing voter eligibility.

Click this link for the Student Residency Guide    https://elections.wi.gov/publications/brochures/student-residency-guide

 

 

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