(WAOW)—The November election is around 40 days away and absentee ballots are pouring in to local clerks.
However, before turning in an absentee ballot, a voter must have a witness sign and address your ballot so your vote can count on election day.
"Your witness can be anyone who is a U.S. citizen and an adult 18 or older. The only exception to that is if you are a military member overseas, then your witness just needs to be an adult," said Megan Wolf Wisconsin's Chief Election Official.
1.2 million absentee ballots have already been sent out in Wisconsin