EAU CLAIRE Wis. (WLAX/WEUX) – From July 26 to the 29th and August first through the 5th, Wisconsinites can vote early for the August 9 primary election. The city of Eau Claire is offering drive-thru voting. People can drive, walk, or even bike to city hall and vote in the august 9th election.

But not all cities and towns in the area offer in-person absentee voting the same way. The Clerk of the town of Brunswick says residents need to contact the clerk’s office in Brunswick to schedule a time to vote early in person. Other than that, most of the voting regulations are the same 

“If you are already registered or if you haven’t moved or changed your name since the last time you voted, you will just need your photo ID. If you have moved or changed that name, then you’ll bring a proof of residence document with you and your photo ID.”

The Eau Claire City Clerk says it’s important to remember this election is a partisan primary, meaning you need to choose one party to vote for, and can only vote for that party in this election.