Photo gallery #BadgersVote on Election Day 2022
On Nov. 8, students at the University of Wisconsin–Madison went to polling places across campus to cast their ballots in the 2022 midterm elections. Election Day voting went smoothly at the 10 UW–Madison polling places, and high turnout was reported.
Students head into Gordon Dining & Event Center, one of several official polling places for UW-Madison students living on campus.
Leading up to the election, UW's #BadgersVote campaign provided students with everything they need to know to participate in the election.
Some students registered to vote at at the polls before casting their ballots.
Josh Olson, a ’21 UW graduate in chemical engineering, hands a student voter their election ballot at the Nicholas Recreation Center. Olson works for Epic Systems, and he gets the day off work to volunteer at the polls. Olson also served as a poll worker when he was a student.
Students fill out midterm election ballots at Chazen Museum of Art.
Tripp Commons at the Memorial Union also hosted a polling place on Election Day.
Voting at the Chazen Museum of Art generated a low hum of activity as student voters registered and marked their ballots.