Registration is not required for Uniformed Service members, civilian employees of the U.S., Peace Corps volunteers and eligible family members of those listed above. However, these voters must still submit an absentee ballot request or Federal Post Card Application (FPCA), or access their absentee ballot at [https://MyVote.WI.gov] (https://MyVote.WI.gov). Permanent overseas voters are required to register in order to request an absentee ballot. Permanent overseas voters can use the MyVote Wisconsin website [https://MyVote.WI.gov] (https://MyVote.WI.gov) to fill out a voter registration form that they can then print and mail to their town, village, or city clerk to register to vote. The MyVote Wisconsin website also enables permanent overseas and military voters to access their absentee ballot online and select how they want to receive their absentee ballot (online or by mail, email or fax). Permanent overseas and military voters may also choose to submit the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA). Permanent overseas voters using the FPCA to register must mail the form to their town, village or city clerk. When used solely as a request for absentee ballot, the FPCA may be submitted by mail, email or fax. Uniformed Service members will receive absentee ballots for all elections held in the calendar year unless they specify otherwise. Permanent overseas voters will receive absentee ballots for all Federal elections held in the calendar year unless they specify otherwise. U.S. citizens overseas temporarily (you intend to return to the U.S. and are not considered a military voter) may use the MyVote Wisconsin website [https://MyVote.WI.gov] (https://MyVote.WI.gov) to complete and download a registration form to be mailed to your town, village or city clerk. To request an absentee ballot, a written request must be submitted to your town, village or city clerk by mail, email, fax or in-person. Wisconsin voters who are temporarily overseas can only receive their absentee ballot in-person in the town, village or city clerk's office, or via postal mail. Select the category that describes you. If you currently reside outside the U.S. and are not currently registered to vote in Wisconsin, you must enclose proof of Wisconsin residency (such as a copy of a current Wisconsin Driver's License, Wisconsin I.D. card, bank statement, or utility bill) with this application. Documents must contain your full name and current voting address. Not required. Name (Last, First, Middle). Make sure the name you entered in here matches the name that appears on your identification document for Block 4. Date of birth.<br/><br/>Enter your Wisconsin Driver License or State-Issued I.D. number. If you have not been issued a Wisconsin Driver's License or Wisconsin I.D. card, enter the last four digits of your Social Security number. Recommended but not required. Provide your contact information to allow your town, village or city clerk to follow up if more information is required. Wisconsin allows you to receive your absentee ballot by mail, email or fax. Please rank your preference of how you would like to receive your absentee ballot. Provide your email address or fax number in Block 5. If you do not make a selection, then your town, village or city clerk will mail your ballot to you. Complete the street address of your Wisconsin voting residence. A post office box is not sufficient. This address must be within the town, village or city where you claim legal voting residence. Complete address where you want your ballot sent, usually where you live now. Provide any information that may assist the town, village or city clerk in accepting this application. Sign and date. No witness or notary required. When used solely to request an absentee ballot, Wisconsin allows submission of the FPCA by mail, email or fax. Voters, who are registering for the first time and are not Uniformed Service members must sign and mail the FPCA to their town, village or city clerk. If you mail your FPCA, mail the form directly to your town, village or city clerk. Addresses can be found online at [https://MyVote.WI.gov] (https://MyVote.WI.gov) under "Clerk & Office Holder Info" from the left-hand menu. If you choose to email your FPCA, you should send the form as a signed, scanned attachment. Email addresses can be found at [https://MyVote.WI.gov] (https://MyVote.WI.gov) under "Clerk & Office Holder Info" from the menu. To find out the status of your registration, contact your town, village or city clerk or refer to Wisconsin's voter registration verification website at [https:// MyVote.WI.gov] (https://MyVote.WI.gov). If you choose to fax your FPCA, you must fax the form directly to your town, village or city clerk. Fax numbers can be found at [https://MyVote.WI.gov] (https://MyVote.WI.gov) under "Clerk & Office Holder Info" from the left-hand menu. You may also use the DoD Electronic Transmission Service to fax your FPCA toll-free. To use the Electronic Transmission Service, use the cover sheet available in Chapter 1 or at [FVAP.gov] (http://www.FVAP.gov), and fax to: (703) 693-5527, DSN 223-5527, or toll-free from the U.S., Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands to 1-800-368-8683. International toll-free numbers can be found on the inside back cover or at [FVAP.gov] (http://www.FVAP.gov). A U.S. citizen who was born abroad and who is eligible to vote and who has never lived in the U.S. may register and vote in the town, village or city where a parent would be eligible to vote (for Federal offices only). Wisconsin allows Uniformed Service members to also use the FWAB to vote for State and local offices, and referenda. These voters may use the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB) to vote any time before an election. Wisconsin allows a permanent overseas voter to use the FWAB to vote in primaries or general elections for Federal office only if the voter has previously registered and requested a ballot for this election. Otherwise the voter must submit an FPCA with the FWAB for it to be counted. Wisconsin does not allow permanent overseas voters to use this form to register. Do not check the registration block. Voter registration is not required for Uniformed Service members or their eligible family members. Select the category that describes you. U.S. Citizens residing outside the U.S. temporarily are not eligible to use this form. Name (Last, First, Middle). Make sure the name you entered in here matches the name that appears on your identification document for Block 4. Date of birth.<br/><br/>Enter your Wisconsin Driver License or State-issued ID card number. If you have not been issued a Wisconsin Driver License or a State-issued I.D. card, enter the last four digits of your Social Security number. Recommended but not required. Provide your contact information to allow your town, village or city clerk to follow up if more information is required. Not required. Complete street address of your Wisconsin voting residence. A post office box is not sufficient. This address must be within the town, village or city where you claim legal voting residence. Enter your current mailing address, usually where you live now. Provide any information that may assist the town, village or city clerk in accepting this ballot or application. Sign and date in the presence of one adult U.S. citizen witness. Vote for any Federal office in a primary or general election. Uniformed Service members may also use the FWAB to vote in State and local elections. To find out the races and candidates for which you can vote, go to [https://MyVote.WI.gov/] (https://MyVote.WI.gov/). For each office for which you vote, write in either a candidate's name or a political party designation. Once the ballot is complete, fold and place it in the security envelope and seal. Place only the voted ballot in the security envelope and do not write on the security envelope. The deadlines for submitting the FWAB are the same as for State absentee ballots. If you receive the State ballot after submitting the voted FWAB, you may also vote and return the State ballot. If both ballots are received by the deadline, only the State ballot will be counted. Insert the sealed security envelope and the Voter's Declaration/Affirmation into the mailing envelope and mail your FWAB directly to your town, village or city clerk. IMPORTANT: All election materials must be returned directly to your town, village or city clerk. Wisconsin requires you to mail your ballot to your town, village or city clerk. If you do not know your clerk's mailing address or how to contact your town, village or city clerk, you can find that information at [https://MyVote.WI.gov] (https://MyVote.WI.gov), by contacting the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board at gab@wi.gov, by fax at (608) 267-0500, or by mail at: Wisconsin Government Accountability Board 212 East Washington Ave, Third Floor P.O. Box 7984 Madison, WI 53707-7984 In the event you do not have access to the internet or you cannot call the Wisconsin G.A.B., you may mail your FPCA or ballot to the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board at the address listed above indicating that the ballot must be forwarded to your town, village or city clerk. >***Voted ballots must be postmarked by Election Day and received by the town, village or city clerk by 4 pm CT on the Friday after the election.*** Voted ballots must be returned by mail. The certificate on the voted ballot's return envelope must be witnessed by one adult U.S. citizen, and signed by you and the witness. Overseas Uniformed Service members should request to have the Prepaid Mail Label 11-DOD applied to their ballot materials at Military Postal Office locations (APO/FPO). This label provides free express mail service to your local election official for voted ballots mailed on or before the general election date. You retain a portion of the label for tracking your ballot through the U.S. Postal Service. You may track the status of your ballot at [https://MyVote.WI.gov] (https://MyVote.WI.gov).