Select bus shelters offer voter ID information ahead of April election

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MILWAUKEE — As part of its Voter ID Information Program, the Milwaukee County Election Commission has purchased informational signs for Milwaukee County transit shelters.

Officials say bus shelters were chosen for this advertising, since it is likely that many bus riders may not have a driver’s license and therefore will need another form of acceptable photo ID in order to vote.

The signage is currently in place for the April election and will also be in place during the four weeks preceding the November election. The signs are located in bus shelters at:

  • Wisconsin Av/James Lovell St
  • Capitol Dr/ Humboldt Av
  • 6th St ES/Juneau Av
  • 27th St/ Evergreen Ln
  • Oakland Av/Kenwood Av
  • Mitchell St/16th St
  • 60th St/ Burleigh St
  • 27th St/Barnard Av
  • Holton St/Townsend St
  • 60th St/Appleton Ave

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For more information on Wisconsin’s Voter ID Law visit the Bring It to the Ballot web page at: bringit.wisconsin.gov.

To find out where you vote go to My Vote Wisconsin at: myvote.wi.gov.