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SB6-SSA1, s. 7 15Section 7. 6.10 (3) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,8,2416 6.10 (3) When an elector moves from one ward to another or his or her residence
17from one ward or municipality to another ward or municipality within the state after
18the last registration day but
at least 10 28 days before the election, the elector may
19vote in and be considered a resident of the new ward or municipality where residing
20upon transferring registration under s. 6.40 (1) or upon registering at the proper
21polling place or other registration location in the new ward or municipality under s.
226.55 (2) or 6.86 (3) (a) 2. If the elector moves within 10 his or her residence later than
2328
days of before an election, the elector shall vote in the elector's old former ward
24or municipality if otherwise qualified to vote there.
SB6-SSA1, s. 8 25Section 8. 6.10 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,9,11
16.10 (4) The residence of an unmarried person sleeping in one ward and
2boarding in another is the place where the person sleeps. The residence of an
3unmarried person in a transient vocation, a teacher or a student who boards at
4different places for part of the week, month, or year, if one of the places is the
5residence of the person's parents, is the place of the parents' residence unless through
6registration or similar act the person elects to establish a residence elsewhere. If the
7person has no parents and if the person has not registered elsewhere, the person's
8residence shall be at the place which that the person considered his or her residence
9in preference to any other for at least 10 28 days before an election. If this place is
10within the municipality, the person is entitled to all the privileges and subject to all
11the duties of other citizens having their residence there, including voting.
SB6-SSA1, s. 9 12Section 9. 6.15 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,9,1813 6.15 (1) Qualifications. Any person who was or who is a qualified an eligible
14elector under ss. 6.02 and 6.03, except that he or she has been a resident of this state
15for less than 10 28 days prior to the date of the presidential election, is entitled to vote
16for the president and vice president but for no other offices. The fact that the person
17was not registered to vote in the state from which he or she moved does not prevent
18voting in this state if the elector is otherwise qualified.
SB6-SSA1, s. 10 19Section 10. 6.15 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,9,2520 6.15 (2) (a) The elector's request for the application form may be made in person
21to the municipal clerk of the municipality where the person resides. Application may
22be made not sooner than 9 27 days nor later than 5 p.m. on the day before the election,
23or may be made at the proper polling place in the ward or election district in which
24the elector resides. If an elector makes application before election day, the
25application form shall be returned to the municipal clerk after the affidavit has been

1signed in the presence of the clerk or any officer authorized by law to administer
2oaths. The affidavit shall be in substantially the following form:
SB6-SSA1,10,33 STATE OF WISCONSIN
SB6-SSA1,10,44 County of ....
SB6-SSA1,10,155 I, ...., do solemnly swear that I am a citizen of the United States; that prior to
6establishing Wisconsin residence, my legal residence was in the .... (town) (village)
7(city) of ...., state of ...., residing at .... (street address); that on the day of the next
8presidential election, I shall be at least 18 years of age and that I have been a legal
9resident of the state of Wisconsin since ...., .... (year), residing at .... (street address),
10in the [.... ward of the .... aldermanic district of] the (town) (village) (city) of ...., county
11of ....; that I have resided in the state less than 10 28 days, that I am qualified to vote
12for president and vice president at the election to be held November ...., .... (year),
13that I am not voting at any other place in this election and that I hereby make
14application for an official presidential ballot, in accordance with section 6.15 of the
15Wisconsin statutes.
SB6-SSA1,10,1616 Signed ....
SB6-SSA1,10,1717 P.O. Address ....
SB6-SSA1,10,1818 Subscribed and sworn to before me this .... day of ...., .... (year)
SB6-SSA1,10,1919 ....(Name)
SB6-SSA1,10,2020 ....(Title)
SB6-SSA1, s. 11 21Section 11 . 6.15 (2) (bm) of the statutes is created to read:
SB6-SSA1,11,322 6.15 (2) (bm) Except as authorized in s. 6.79 (7), when making application in
23person at the office of the municipal clerk, each applicant shall present proof of
24identification. If any document presented by the applicant is not proof of residence
25under s. 6.34, the applicant shall also present proof of residence under s. 6.34. The

1clerk shall verify that the name on the proof of presented by the elector conforms to
2the name on the elector's application and shall verify that any photograph appearing
3on that document reasonably resembles the elector.
SB6-SSA1, s. 12 4Section 12. 6.15 (2) (d) 1r. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,11,155 6.15 (2) (d) 1r. Upon proper completion of the application and cancellation card,
6the municipal clerk shall require the elector to provide proof of residence under s.
76.34. If the elector cannot provide proof of residence, the elector may have his or her
8residence corroborated in a statement that is signed by another elector of the
9municipality and that contains the current street address of the corroborating
10elector. If the residence is corroborated by another elector, that elector shall then
11provide proof of residence under s. 6.34
permit the elector to cast his or her ballot for
12president and vice president
. The elector shall then mark the ballot in the clerk's
13presence in a manner that will not disclose his or her vote. The elector shall then fold
14the ballot so as to conceal his or her vote. The clerk or elector shall then place the
15ballot in an envelope furnished by the clerk.
SB6-SSA1, s. 13 16Section 13. 6.15 (3) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,12,917 6.15 (3) Procedure at polling place. An eligible elector may appear at the
18polling place for the ward or election district where he or she resides and make
19application for a ballot under sub. (2). Except as otherwise provided in this
20subsection, an elector who casts a ballot under this subsection shall follow the same
21procedure required for casting a ballot at the municipal clerk's office under sub. (2).
22The inspectors shall perform the duties of the municipal clerk, except that the
23inspectors shall return the cancellation card under sub. (2) (b) to the municipal clerk
24and the clerk shall forward the card as provided in sub. (2) (c) if required. Upon
25proper completion of the application and cancellation card and submittal of proof of

1residence under s. 6.34 or providing corroboration of residence
verification of the
2proof of identification and proof of residence, whenever required, as provided in sub.
3(2) (bm)
, the inspectors shall permit the elector to cast his or her ballot for president
4and vice president. The elector shall mark the ballot and, unless the ballot is utilized
5with an electronic voting system, the elector shall fold the ballot, and deposit the
6ballot into the ballot box or give it to the inspector. The inspector shall deposit it
7directly into the ballot box. Voting machines or ballots utilized with electronic voting
8systems may only be used by electors voting under this section if they permit voting
9for president and vice president only.
SB6-SSA1, s. 14 10Section 14. 6.18 of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,13,2 116.18 Former residents. If ineligible to qualify as an elector in the state to
12which the elector has moved, any former qualified Wisconsin elector may vote an
13absentee ballot in the ward of the elector's prior residence in any presidential election
14occurring within 24 months after leaving Wisconsin by requesting an application
15form and returning it, properly executed, to the municipal clerk of the elector's prior
16Wisconsin residence. When requesting an application form for an absentee ballot,
17the applicant shall specify the applicant's eligibility for only the presidential ballot.
18Unless application is made under s. 6.86 (1) (ac), or the applicant is exempted from
19providing proof of identification under s. 6.87 (4) (b) 2. or 3., or the applicant is a
20military or overseas elector, the elector shall enclose a copy of his or her proof of
21identification or any authorized substitute document with his or her application.
22The municipal clerk shall verify that the name on the proof of identification conforms
23to the name on the application. The clerk shall not issue a ballot to an elector who
24is required to enclose a copy of proof of identification or an authorized substitute
25document with his or her application unless the copy is enclosed and the proof is

1verified by the clerk.
The application form shall require the following information
2and be in substantially the following form:
SB6-SSA1,13,63 This form shall be returned to the municipal clerk's office. Application must be
4received in sufficient time for ballots to be mailed and returned prior to any
5presidential election at which applicant wishes to vote. Complete all statements in
6full.
SB6-SSA1,13,77 APPLICATION FOR PRESIDENTIAL
SB6-SSA1,13,88 ELECTOR'S ABSENTEE BALLOT.
SB6-SSA1,13,99 (To be voted at the Presidential Election
SB6-SSA1,13,1010 on November ...., .... (year)
SB6-SSA1,13,1911 I, .... hereby swear or affirm that I am a citizen of the United States, formerly
12residing at .... in the .... ward .... aldermanic district (city, town, village) of ...., County
13of .... for 10 28 days prior to leaving the State of Wisconsin. I, .... do solemnly swear
14or affirm that I do not qualify to register or vote under the laws of the State of ....(State
15you now reside in) where I am presently residing. A citizen must be a resident of:
16State ....(Insert time) County ....(Insert time) City, Town or Village ....(Insert time),
17in order to be eligible to register or vote therein. I further swear or affirm that my
18legal residence was established in the State of ....(the State where you now reside)
19on .... Month .... Day .... Year.
SB6-SSA1,13,2020 Signed ....
SB6-SSA1,13,2121 Address ....(Present address)
SB6-SSA1,13,2222 ....(City) ....(State)
SB6-SSA1,13,2323 Subscribed and sworn to before me this .... day of .... .... (year)
SB6-SSA1,13,2424 ....(Notary Public, or other officer authorized to administer oaths.)
SB6-SSA1,13,2525 ....(County)
SB6-SSA1,14,1
1My Commission expires
SB6-SSA1,14,22 MAIL BALLOT TO:
SB6-SSA1,14,33 NAME ....
SB6-SSA1,14,44 ADDRESS ....
SB6-SSA1,14,55 CITY .... STATE .... ZIP CODE ....
SB6-SSA1,14,10 6Penalties for Violations. Whoever swears falsely to any absent elector affidavit
7under this section may be fined not more than $1,000 or imprisoned for not more than
86 months or both. Whoever intentionally votes more than once in an election may
9be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned for not more than 3 years and 6 months
10or both.
SB6-SSA1,14,1111 ....(Municipal Clerk)
SB6-SSA1,14,1212 ....(Municipality)
SB6-SSA1, s. 15 13Section 15. 6.22 (7) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,14,1614 6.22 (7) Extension of privilege. This section applies to all military electors for
1510 28 days after the date of discharge from a uniformed service or termination of
16services or employment of individuals specified in sub. (1) (b) 1. to 4.
SB6-SSA1, s. 16 17Section 16. 6.29 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,14,2218 6.29 (1) No names may be added to a registration list for any election after the
19close of registration, except as authorized under this section or s. 6.55 (2) or 6.86 (3)
20(a) 2. Any person whose name is not on the registration list but who is otherwise a
21qualified elector is entitled to vote at the election upon compliance with this section,
22if the person complies with all other requirements for voting at the polling place
.
SB6-SSA1, s. 17 23Section 17. 6.29 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,15,1924 6.29 (2) (a) Any qualified elector of a municipality who has not previously filed
25a registration form or whose name does not appear on the registration list of the

1municipality may register after the close of registration but not later than 5 p.m. or
2the close of business, whichever is later, on the day before an election at the office of
3the municipal clerk and at the office of the clerk's agent if the clerk delegates
4responsibility for electronic maintenance of the registration list to an agent under
5s. 6.33 (5) (b). The elector shall complete, in the manner provided under s. 6.33 (2),
6a registration form containing all information required under s. 6.33 (1). The
7registration form shall also contain the following certification: "I, ...., hereby certify
8that, to the best of my knowledge, I am a qualified elector, having resided at ... for
9at least 10 28 days immediately preceding this election, and I have not voted at this
10election". The elector shall also provide proof of residence under s. 6.34.
11Alternatively, if the elector is unable to provide proof of residence under s. 6.34, the
12information contained in the registration form shall be corroborated in a statement
13that is signed by any other elector of the municipality and that contains the current
14street address of the corroborating elector. The corroborating elector shall then
15provide proof of residence under s. 6.34.
If the elector is registering after the close
16of registration for the general election and the elector presents a valid an unexpired
17driver's license issued by another state, the municipal clerk or agent shall record on
18a separate list the name and address of the elector, the name of the state, and the
19license number and expiration date of the license.
SB6-SSA1, s. 18 20Section 18. 6.33 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,16,2521 6.33 (1) The board shall prescribe the format, size, and shape of registration
22forms. All forms shall be printed on cards and each item of information shall be of
23uniform font size, as prescribed by the board. The municipal clerk shall supply
24sufficient forms to meet voter registration needs. The forms shall be designed to
25obtain from each applicant information as to name; date; residence location;

1citizenship; date of birth; age; the number of a current and valid operator's license
2issued to the elector under ch. 343 or the last 4 digits of the elector's social security
3account number; whether the applicant has resided within the ward or election
4district for at least 10 28 days; whether the applicant has been convicted of a felony
5for which he or she has not been pardoned, and if so, whether the applicant is
6incarcerated, or on parole, probation, or extended supervision; whether the applicant
7is disqualified on any other ground from voting; and whether the applicant is
8currently registered to vote at any other location. The form shall include a space for
9the applicant's signature and the signature of any corroborating elector. The form
10shall include a space to enter the name of any special registration deputy under s.
116.26 or 6.55 (6) or inspector, municipal clerk, or deputy clerk under s. 6.55 (2) who
12obtains the form and a space for the deputy, inspector, clerk, or deputy clerk to sign
13his or her name, affirming that the deputy, inspector, clerk, or deputy clerk has
14accepted the form. The form shall include a space for entry of the ward and
15aldermanic district, if any, where the elector resides and any other information
16required to determine the offices and referenda for which the elector is certified to
17vote. The form shall also include a space where the clerk may record an indication
18of whether the form is received by mail, a space where the clerk may record an
19indication of the type of identifying document submitted by the elector as proof of
20residence under s. 6.34, whenever required, and a space where the clerk, for any
21applicant who possesses a valid voting identification card issued to the person under
22s. 6.47 (3), may record the identification serial number appearing on the voting
23identification card. Each county clerk shall obtain sufficient registration forms for
24completion by an elector who desires to register to vote at the office of the county clerk
25under s. 6.28 (4).
SB6-SSA1, s. 19
1Section 19. 6.33 (2) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,17,62 6.33 (2) (b) Except as provided in s. 6.86 (3) (a) 2., the registration form shall
3be signed by the registering elector and any corroborating elector under s. 6.29 (2)
4(a) or 6.55 (2)
before the clerk, issuing officer or registration deputy. The form shall
5contain a certification by the registering elector that all statements are true and
6correct.
SB6-SSA1, s. 20 7Section 20. 6.34 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,17,198 6.34 (2) Except as authorized in ss. 6.29 (2) (a) and 6.86 (3) (a) 2., upon Upon
9completion of a registration form prescribed under s. 6.33, each eligible elector who
10is required to register under s. 6.27, who is not a military elector or an overseas
11elector, and who registers after the close of registration under s. 6.29 or 6.86 (3) (a)
122., shall provide an identifying document that establishes proof of residence under
13sub. (3). Each eligible elector who is required to register under s. 6.27, who is not a
14military elector or an overseas elector, who registers by mail, and who has not voted
15in an election in this state shall, if voting in person, provide an identifying document
16that establishes proof of residence under sub. (3) or, if voting by absentee ballot,
17provide a copy of an identifying document that establishes proof of residence under
18sub. (3). If the elector registered by mail, the identifying document may not be a
19residential lease.
SB6-SSA1, s. 21 20Section 21. 6.36 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,18,721 6.36 (2) (a) Except as provided in par. (b), each registration list prepared for use
22as a poll list at a polling place or for purposes of canvassing absentee ballots at an
23election shall contain the full name and address of each registered elector; a blank
24column for the entry of the serial number of the electors when they vote or the poll
25list number used by the municipal board of absentee ballot canvassers in canvassing

1absentee ballots; an indication next to the name of each elector for whom proof of
2residence under s. 6.34 is required; a space for entry of the elector's signature, or if
3another person signed the elector's registration form for the elector by reason of the
4elector's physical disability, the word "exempt";
and a form of certificate bearing the
5certification of the administrator of the elections division of the board stating that
6the list is a true and complete registration list of the municipality or the ward or
7wards for which the list is prepared.
SB6-SSA1, s. 22 8Section 22. 6.36 (5) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,18,139 6.36 (5) After each general election, the board shall contact the chief election
10official of each state from which an elector who voted in that election presented a
11valid
an unexpired driver's license under s. 6.29 (2) (a), 6.55 (2) (b) or (c) 1., or 6.86
12(3) (a) 2. for so long as the license remains valid unexpired. The board shall inquire
13whether the holder of the driver's license voted in that election in that state.
SB6-SSA1, s. 23 14Section 23. 6.40 (1) (a) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,18,2415 6.40 (1) (a) 1. Any registered elector shall may transfer registration after a
16change of residence within the state by filing in person with the municipal clerk of
17the municipality where the elector resides
or by mailing to the municipal clerk a
18signed request stating his or her present address, affirming that this will be his or
19her residence for 10 28 days prior to the election and providing the address where he
20or she was last registered. Alternatively, the elector may transfer his or her
21registration at the proper polling place or other registration location under s. 6.02
22(2) in accordance with s. 6.55 (2) (a). If an elector is voting in the ward or election
23district where the elector formerly resided, the change shall be effective for the next
24election.
SB6-SSA1, s. 24 25Section 24. 6.55 (2) (a) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,19,9
16.55 (2) (a) 1. Except where the procedure under par. (c) or (cm) is employed,
2any person who qualifies as an elector in the ward or election district where he or she
3desires to vote, but has not previously filed a registration form, or was registered at
4another location, may request permission to vote at the polling place for that ward
5or election district, or at an alternate polling place assigned under s. 5.25 (5) (b).
6When a proper request is made, the inspector shall require the person to execute a
7registration form prescribed by the board. The registration form shall be completed
8in the manner provided under s. 6.33 (2) and shall contain all information required
9under s. 6.33 (1), together with the following certification:
SB6-SSA1,19,12 10"I, ...., hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge, I am a qualified elector,
11having resided at .... for at least 10 28 days immediately preceding this election, and
12I have not voted at this election."
SB6-SSA1, s. 25 13Section 25. 6.55 (2) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,20,914 6.55 (2) (b) Upon executing the registration form under par. (a), the except as
15authorized under s. 6.79 (7), each
elector shall be required by a special registration
16deputy or inspector to present proof of identification. The deputy or inspector shall
17verify that the name on the proof of identification presented by the elector conforms
18to the elector's registration form and shall verify that any photograph appearing on
19that document reasonably resembles the elector. If any document presented is not
20proof of residence under s. 6.34, the elector shall also
provide proof of residence under
21s. 6.34. If the elector cannot provide proof of residence, the information contained
22in the registration form shall be corroborated in a statement that is signed by any
23elector who resides in the same municipality as the registering elector and that
24contains the current street address of the corroborating elector. The corroborator
25shall then provide proof of residence as provided in s. 6.34.
If the elector is registering

1to vote in the general election and the elector presents a valid an unexpired driver's
2license issued by another state, the inspector or deputy shall record on a separate list
3the name and address of the elector, the name of the state, and the license number
4and expiration date of the license. The signing by the elector executing the
5registration form and by any corroborator shall be in the presence of the special
6registration deputy or inspector who shall then print his or her name on and sign the
7form, indicating that the deputy or inspector has accepted the form. Upon
8compliance with this procedure, the elector shall be permitted to cast his or her vote,
9if the elector complies with all other requirements for voting at the polling place.
SB6-SSA1, s. 26 10Section 26. 6.55 (2) (c) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,21,1611 6.55 (2) (c) 1. As an alternative to registration at the polling place under pars.
12(a) and (b), the board of election commissioners, or the governing body of any
13municipality may by resolution require a person who qualifies as an elector and who
14is not registered and desires to register on the day of an election to do so at another
15readily accessible location in the same building as the polling place serving the
16elector's residence or at an alternate polling place assigned under s. 5.25 (5) (b),
17instead of at the polling place serving the elector's residence. In such case, the
18municipal clerk shall prominently post a notice of the registration location at the
19polling place. The An eligible elector who desires to register shall execute a
20registration form as prescribed under par. (a) and, except as authorized in s. 6.79 (7),
21present proof of identification. The municipal clerk, deputy clerk, or special
22registration deputy shall verify that the name on the proof of identification presented
23by the elector conforms to the elector's registration form and shall verify that any
24photograph appearing on that document reasonably resembles the elector. If any
25document presented by the person is not acceptable proof of residence under s. 6.34,

1the person shall also
provide proof of residence as provided under s. 6.34. If the
2elector cannot provide proof of residence, the information contained in the
3registration form shall be corroborated in the manner provided in par. (b).
If the
4elector
a person is registering to vote in the general election and the elector person
5presents a valid an unexpired driver's license issued by another state, the municipal
6clerk, deputy clerk, or special registration deputy shall record on a separate list the
7name and address of the elector person, the name of the state, and the license number
8and expiration date of the license. The signing by the elector person executing the
9registration form and by any corroborator shall be in the presence of the municipal
10clerk, deputy clerk or special registration deputy. The municipal clerk, the deputy
11clerk, or the special registration deputy shall then print his or her name and sign the
12form, indicating that the clerk, deputy clerk, or deputy has accepted the form. Upon
13proper completion of registration, the municipal clerk, deputy clerk or special
14registration deputy shall serially number the registration and give one copy to the
15elector person for presentation at the polling place serving the elector's person's
16residence or an alternate polling place assigned under s. 5.25 (5) (b).
SB6-SSA1, s. 27 17Section 27. 6.55 (2) (c) 2. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,22,218 6.55 (2) (c) 2. Upon compliance with the procedures under subd. 1., the
19municipal clerk or deputy clerk shall issue a certificate addressed to the inspectors
20of the proper polling place directing that the elector be permitted to cast his or her
21vote if the elector complies with all requirements for voting at the polling place. The
22clerk shall enter the name and address of the elector on the face of the certificate.
23If the elector's registration is corroborated, the clerk shall also enter the name and
24address of the corroborator on the face of the certificate.
The certificate shall be

1numbered serially and prepared in duplicate. The municipal clerk shall preserve one
2copy in his or her office.
SB6-SSA1, s. 28 3Section 28. 6.56 (5) of the statutes is repealed.
SB6-SSA1, s. 29 4Section 29. 6.79 (1m) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,22,145 6.79 (1m) Separate poll lists. Two election officials at each election ward shall
6be in charge of and shall maintain 2 separate poll lists containing information
7relating to all persons voting. The municipal clerk may elect to maintain the
8information on the lists manually or electronically. If the lists are maintained
9electronically, the board shall prescribe a supplemental list that contains the full
10name, address, and space for the entry of the signature of each elector, or if the elector
11is exempt from the signature requirement under s. 6.36 (2) (a), the word "exempt".

12If the lists are maintained electronically, the officials shall enter the information into
13an electronic data recording system that enables retrieval of printed copies of the
14lists at the polling place. The system employed is subject to the approval of the board.
SB6-SSA1, s. 30 15Section 30. 6.79 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,23,416 6.79 (2) (a) Unless information on the poll list is entered electronically, the
17municipal clerk shall supply the inspectors with 2 copies of the most current official
18registration list or lists prepared under s. 6.36 (2) (a) for use as poll lists at the polling
19place. Except as provided in sub. subs. (6) and (7), each person eligible elector, before
20receiving a serial number, shall state his or her full name and address and present
21to the officials proof of identification. The officials shall verify that the name on the
22proof of identification presented by the elector conforms to the name on the poll list
23or separate list and shall verify that any photograph appearing on that document
24reasonably resembles the elector. The officials shall then require the elector to enter
25his or her signature on the poll list, supplemental list, or separate list maintained

1under par. (c) unless the elector is exempt from the signature requirement under s.
26.36 (2) (a)
. The officials shall verify that the name and address provided stated by
3the person are the same as elector conform to the person's elector's name and address
4on the poll list.
SB6-SSA1, s. 31 5Section 31. 6.79 (2) (am) of the statutes is created to read:
SB6-SSA1,23,186 6.79 (2) (am) If an elector previously signed his or her registration form or is
7exempt from a registration requirement and is unable, due to physical disability, to
8enter his or her signature at the election, the officials shall waive the signature
9requirement if the officials determine that the elector is unable, due to physical
10disability, to enter his or her signature. In this case, the officials shall enter next to
11the name and address of the elector on the poll, supplemental, or separate list the
12words "exempt by order of inspectors". If both officials do not waive the signature
13requirement and the elector wishes to vote, the official or officials who do not waive
14the requirement shall require the elector to vote by ballot and shall challenge the
15elector's ballot as provided in s. 6.92 and treat the ballot in the manner provided in
16s. 6.95. The challenged elector may then provide evidence of his or her physical
17disability to the board of canvassers charged with initially canvassing the returns
18prior to the completion of the initial canvass.
SB6-SSA1, s. 32 19Section 32. 6.79 (2) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,24,320 6.79 (2) (d) If the poll list indicates that proof of residence under s. 6.34 is
21required and the document provided by the elector under par. (a) does not constitute
22proof of residence under s. 6.34
, the officials shall require the elector to provide proof
23of residence. If proof of residence is provided, the officials shall verify that the name
24and address on the identification document submitted as proof of residence provided
25is the same as the name and address shown on the registration list. If proof of

1residence is required and not provided, or if the elector does not present proof of
2identification under par. (a), whenever required,
the officials shall offer the
3opportunity for the elector to vote under s. 6.97.
SB6-SSA1, s. 33 4Section 33. 6.79 (3) (title) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,24,65 6.79 (3) (title) Refusal to give name and address provide name, address, or
6proof of identification
.
SB6-SSA1, s. 34 7Section 34. 6.79 (3) of the statutes is renumbered 6.79 (3) (a).
SB6-SSA1, s. 35 8Section 35. 6.79 (3) (b) of the statutes is created to read:
SB6-SSA1,24,159 6.79 (3) (b) If proof of identification under sub. (2) is not presented by the
10elector, if the name appearing on the document presented does not conform to the
11name on the poll list or separate list, or if any photograph appearing on the document
12does not reasonably resemble the elector, the elector shall not be permitted to vote,
13except as authorized under sub. (6) or (7), but if the elector is entitled to cast a
14provisional ballot under s. 6.97, the officials shall offer the opportunity for the elector
15to vote under s. 6.97.
SB6-SSA1, s. 36 16Section 36. 6.79 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,25,417 6.79 (4) Supplemental information. When any elector provides proof of
18residence under s. 6.15, 6.29 or 6.55 (2), the election officials shall enter the type of
19identifying document provided on the poll list, or separate list maintained under sub.
20(2) (c). If the document submitted as proof of identity or residence includes a number
21which applies only to the individual holding that document, the election officials
22shall also enter that number on the list. When any elector corroborates the
23registration identity or residence of any person offering to vote under s. 6.55 (2) (b)
24or (c), or the registration identity or residence of any person registering on election
25day under s. 6.86 (3) (a) 2., the election officials shall also enter the name and address

1of the corroborator next to the name of the elector whose information is being
2corroborated on the poll list, or the separate list maintained under sub. (2) (c).
When
3any person offering to vote has been challenged and taken the oath, following the
4person's name on the poll list, the officials shall enter the word "Sworn".
SB6-SSA1, s. 37 5Section 37. 6.79 (6) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB6-SSA1,25,126 6.79 (6) Confidential names and addresses. An elector who has a confidential
7listing under s. 6.47 (2) may present his or her identification card issued under s. 6.47
8(3), or give his or her name and identification serial number issued under s. 6.47 (3),
9in lieu of stating his or her name and address and presenting proof of identification
10under sub. (2). If the elector's name and identification serial number appear on the
11confidential portion of the list, the inspectors shall issue a voting serial number to
12the elector, record that number on the poll list and permit the elector to vote.
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