Tuesday, September 22 is National Voter Registration Day. If you have yet to register to vote for the big November 3 election, now’s the time! And what better place to do it than Miller “It’s Still Called Miller Park For A Few More Months” Park?

Yes, the first statewide Voter Registration Drive-Thru will be held at the Milwaukee ballpark on Tuesday, September 22. Just head to the Yount and Uecker lots and follow the signs. (Click HERE for a detailed map and directions.) The event is open to all Wisconsin residents, and runs from 2-7 p.m. Oh, and you can request an absentee ballot while you’re there, too. Neat!

Here’s what you need to know, courtesy of Miller Park:

• Please bring an acceptable proof of address. A valid photo ID is required to request an absentee ballot in most circumstances.

• Participants are asked to stay in their cars and follow signage through Miller Park where they will be met by a volunteer, in appropriate PPE, to help them through the process.

• In compliance with the state-wide mask policy, participants are asked to please wear a mask when interacting with volunteers.

• Walk-up registrants cannot be accommodated due to COVID-19 precautions and are instead directed to MyVote.wi.gov to receive more information about in-person registration help.

Another reminder: City of Milwaukee residents will be able to drive up and vote early at Miller Park from October 20 through November 1. Super neat!

A final reminder: You can register to vote online or by mail HERE until October 14. And you can always register to vote at your polling place on Election Day, too. VOTE.

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