Vote For Dora Drake
Dora Drake will be on the ballot for the General Election on Tuesday, November 3rd.
Due to the increased cases of ballots mailed misplaced, here 4 things to know to ensure your vote is counted, your voice is heard, and our democracy is protected.
- To Register to Vote, you can register online by October 14, by mail, or in person. Be prepared by bringing:
- A Driver’s License or other valid photo ID, &
- Proof of Residence
- Click here for more information on voting registration
2. You can request your Absentee Ballot before Thursday, October 29th in order to receive the ballot and submit it in time for the election on November 3rd. Request your Absentee ballot by:
- Request your Absentee ballot here
- Select the Vote Absentee ballot tab
- Be prepared to upload a photo of your driver license or other valid photo ID if one is not on file or you do not use the “indefinitely confined” option.
3. You can Early Vote (In-Person Absentee) from Tuesday, October 20 to November 1. If you live in Milwaukee, click here to learn more about Absentee Ballot Drop-off Sites and your closest polling location. If you live in Glendale, click here to find your polling location.
4. You can Vote In Person on Tuesday, November 3. You can find your closest polling site here.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can anyone vote?
You must be 18 or older, a resident of the 11th District, and eligible to vote.
How do I know if I am eligible to vote?
Click here and scroll to page 3 in the Complete Guide to Voting in Wisconsin.
How do I know if I live in the 11th District?
You can click here to look up your address or click here to see to a map of District 11. Generally speaking, if you live north of Hampton Ave to Dean Rd. (border of Brown Deer), parts of Glendale that is East of I-43 to 84th and Mill Road, you are in the district but be sure to check your address.
How do I know if I live in a Town, a Village, or a City?
If you live in the city of Milwaukee, the County is Milwaukee and if you live in Glendale, Glendale is the city and you live in Milwaukee County.
What is a “partisan office?”
A partisan office means a candidate is running with an affiliated political party, such as Republican or Democrat. Dora is running as a Democrat.
What disqualifies someone from voting?
Click here and scroll to page 3 in the Complete Guide to Voting in Wisconsin
Is this a primary election or a general election?
This is the general election and it’s on November 3rd.
The general election is November 3rd. We won’t know the status of COVID-19 for and we do NOT want a repeat of April’s election! Register absentee today!