Marathon County Uniform Addressing

Will I have trouble voting in future elections if my ID has my old address on it instead of my new Uniform Address?

Marathon County staff have been working with the Election Board in Madison to supply election officials at polling sites with cross-reference tables of former and new (uniform) addresses. This cross-check will allow election officials to verify the identity of those who may still have a form of voter ID that lists an old address. 

Voters from towns or villages participating in the Uniform Addressing project who have not yet received an Official Notice of address change from the County should continue to use their current address for voting and all other activities (driver license renewals, check re-ordering, etc.). For public safety reasons, new addresses cannot be released before Official Notices are mailed.

NOTE: When you receive your Official Notice with your new Uniform Address, keep this document for your records. You may need it as proof of your address change.

Will I have trouble voting in future elections if my ID has my old address on it instead of my new Uniform Address?

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