LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WXOW) -- The La Crosse County Clerk said Monday that eligible voters still have time to register to vote in November's Presidential Election.
County Clerk Ginny Dankmeyer said they have to do so in person, because we are within 20 days of the election, but all voters need to register is a current driver's license.
If you don't have one, you can also present a state identification card and proof of residence.
To register, you must visit your municipal clerk's office.
You can also register at your polling place on election day.
Early voting began Monday in Wisconsin, so registered voters can opt to either request an absentee ballot from their municipal clerk's office or wait to head to the polls November 6.
Dankmeyer said the deadline for absentee voting is Friday, November 2.
Municipal clerks can also mail you an absentee ballot, but you must request it by November 1.
If you want to mail you ballot back, it must be postmarked by Election Day.
Dankmeyer said turnout for the 2008 Presidential Election in La Crosse County was 83 percent of registered voters.
She expects this year's turnout to be slightly higher.
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