Green Bay, Wis. (WFRV) - Many voters in Wisconsin aren't waiting to election day, and they've already cast their ballots.
The state G.A.B. says that more than 412,000 residents have requested absentee ballots so far.
Appleton's city clerk says they've seen steady traffic from early voters.
"we can no longer accept using a corroborator, we can no longer accept a checkbook," Appleton City Clerk Char Peterson says, "so the primary number one thing would be drivers license but a lot of times when people move their addresses are not updated on there so a utility bill is a secondary thing we see a lot of for proof of residence."
Also remember Friday is the last day for absentee voting.
Those ballots will not be accepted on Saturday, Sunday or Monday of next week.