Wisconsin DMV extending hours for people who need IDs ahead of primary election

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Courtesy Wisconsin DOT

MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles is extending its hours for those who need to get a photo ID in order to vote in next week’s primary election.

The agency said it will extend the hours of its customer service centers that are open on August 8 and 9, keeping those facilities’ doors open until 6 p.m.

Photo IDs are required to vote in Wisconsin. Click here to learn more about the requirements.

Wisconsinites can get a free ID for voting even if they don’t have all the documents needed for a regular state ID. Click here to learn more.

For a list of DMV customer service centers, click here.