- a United States citizen and at least 18 years of age on Election Day.
- a resident of Sun Prairie for at least 28 days prior to an election.
How do I Register to Vote?
You can register to vote up until the Friday before the election or on Election Day. You must reside at your address for 28 consecutive days to be eligible to vote; you may no longer use a corroborating witness as proof of residence. Acceptable proof of residence is required when registering less than 20 days before an election, on Election Day, and for first time Wisconsin voters registering by mail. Forms that constitute acceptable Proof-of-Residence can be found on the Government Accountability Board website.
Visit My Vote Wisconsin to register for the first time or for address changes.
What if I'm Already Registered Elsewhere
Your registration cannot be transferred from another municipality unless a new registratoin form is completed in the City of Sun Prairie. You will be asked to fill out Form GAB-131 so that your prior registration can be cancelled and your voter history transfered to the City of Sun Prairie.
What if I've Moved within the City of Sun Prairie or Have Changed My Name?
Additionally, if you have changed your name with the Department of Transportation and/or Social Security Administration, you will need to re-register. This is done by completing a name change and sending in the new registration form to the City Clerk's Office or completing the form on Election Day.
Please bring proof of your new name or address.
Call the Clerk's office at (608) 837-2511 or email us.