The state Division of Motor Vehicles now has information on its website for those who want to get photo identification to vote next month. Federal Judge James Peterson ordered clearer information last week, after reports that some applicants received conflicting information when they tried obtaining the necessary ID for the November 8th elections.
Applicants can go to WisconsinDOT.gov to see the proof of identity and residency that people need to bring to a DMV office. And if they don’t have them, they can fill out two forms and still get IDs in time to vote. The DMV also has information sheets that tell people what to expect after they apply for ID.