Spring election polling opens Tuesday morning

Voter IDs are required

City officials want to remind you of a couple requirements as you go out Tuesday to vote in the Spring elections.

Wisconsin’s Voter ID law is still in place, so remember to take a valid state-issued ID card with you to your polling location. If your address changed since you last voted you will need to bring a proof of residency, such as a bill mailed to your current address.

La Crosse’s City Clerk says every election is a chance to make your voice heard.

“Every contest is important. We have State Superintendent of Public Instruction, they oversee the public schools for the entire state. There’s a couple judicial races on there, and then there’s a lot of the local stuff is on the ballot, along with school districts,” said La Crosse City Clerk Ginny Dankmeyer.

Polling places open Tuesday morning at 7 and close at 8 p.m. If you are not sure where your polling place is, or what is on your ballot this spring, you can find out at MyVote.WI.gov.