PLEASE NOTE: Because of the Safer at Home mandate, access to Marquette facilities is extremely limited, and staff are being asked not to come to campus. Printing Marquette Voter ID cards requires staff to be on campus. Thus, to ensure the well being of staff and to allow for minimal access to Marquette facilities, if you are requesting a Marquette Voter ID card, you must submit your request by Sunday, April 5, at 5 p.m. (CT) to allow enough time for processing. Requests received after this date/time will not be fulfilled.
The Elections Commission has indicated that if absentee ballots are not received by April 7, they will not be counted. Therefore, voters are strongly encouraged to use the absentee drop boxes and get their ballots in by 5 p.m. on April 7.
- If you are mailing in your absentee ballot, you need to allow a minimum of three days, but this could take up to seven days, so the sooner, the better.
- If you are unable to drop off your absentee ballot at a drop box location, you can take it to your polling place at before 8 p.m. on April 7.