Information for Voters
Kristina is a Democrat competing to represent the 90th Assembly District. Whoever wins the most votes in the primary election on August 11, 2020 will then go on to compete in the general election on November 3. Any eligible voter can vote in a primary -- you don't have to be a member of a political party.
Safety of our community is our top priority. All voters should plan ahead and vote by mail in 2020. Request your ballot be mailed to you in time to vote in the August primary.
Register to Vote
No matter who you support or what you believe, voting is the best way to make your voice heard. You can register to vote online in Wisconsin. You can also register in person at your polling place on election day, but it's better to take care of it beforehand if you can.
Update Your Voting Information
If you've changed your name or moved house since the last time you voted, you'll need to update your information on the MyVote website or in person on election day.
In Wisconsin, you'll need to show identification such as a Wisconsin drivers license, US passport, or tribal ID when you go to vote. A list of accepted forms of ID is available.
Good to Know
You can't be turned away from the polls. If there's an issue with your registration, ask to submit a provisional ballot.
Your employer is required to give you unpaid time off to vote.
You can vote early in person at your city or village hall, or by requesting a ballot be mailed to you.
Children are welcome at polling places and can even come into the booth while you're voting.
Partisan Primary: August 11
General Election: November 3