wisconsin

Register to Vote! or change your party “affiliation”

The Primary is on April 7, 2020

The requirements for the 2020 Presidential Preference Primary are yet to be published, but it is likely they will be similar to the 2016 requirements.

Those requirements were:

Similar to Connecticut, Maryland, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oregon, and Tennessee

The Presidential Preference Selection Committee determines which names appear on the primary ballot.

Alternatively, a candidate can petition for ballot placement. This petition must contain at least 1,000 signatures from each of the state's congressional districts.

There are currently 8 congressional districts in Wisconsin, meaning 8,000 signatures would be needed for a candidate to petition to be on the Presidential Preference Primary.

Wisconsin holds open primaries, which means registered voters may choose to vote in whichever party primary they wish without being registered as “affiliated” with that party.

Register to Vote! or change your party “affiliation”

The Primary is on April 7, 2020