Wisconsin's new voter registration system is finally ready to roll. It's two-and-a-half years late, but Wisconsin's new voter registration system is set to go for the fall elections. State Representative Joe Parisi, a former Dane County Clerk, says it'll be an improvement. "One thing this list will do is make it even more difficult for anyone who would attempt to vote in two locations," says Parisi. "If someone were to vote in Madison and then drive to Janesville to attempt to vote again, they would get caught. The state now complies with the federal Help America Vote Act of 2002.