Election Day 2020: Voting Registration Rules

Should you bring an ID?

Polls are now open for Election Day 2020, but there are some things you might need to bring along.

Wisconsin voters need to bring an acceptable photo ID, and information is available on the state’s Bring It To the Ballot website.

Wisconsin polls are open until 8 p.m., and if you need to find your polling location, visit www.myvote.wi.gov.

As Minnesota voters head to the polls, you may be wondering if you need to bring an ID like Wisconsin, but this depends on *when* you registered.

For Minnesota residents, no ID is needed if your voter registration is current and active, meaning it happened at least 21 days ago.

Unlike many states, you can wait until Election Day to register, but if you need to register at the polls, you must bring your ID as a form of verification.

Polls are also open in Iowa, but unlike Wisconsin and Minnesota, they stay open until 9 p.m.

Like Wisconsin, Voters in Iowa do need to bring an ID, and you can find details on Iowa’s Voter Ready website.