Election Day is just around the corner and while Madison has already broken records for early voting, both University of Wisconsin students and city residents alike still have one week left to get to the polls.

Through Nov. 4, UW students can register, get voter IDs and vote early at the Student Activity Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and at Union South from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

On Election Day, students are still able to get a voter ID printed for them at any polling location on campus, UW spokesperson Meredith McGlone said.

General locations for voting are listed below. To confirm your specific polling location, you can enter your address here.

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Breese/Randall Neighborhood

St. James Catholic School

1204 St. James Ct.,

Madison, WI

South/Regent Neighborhood

St. James Catholic School

1204 St. James Ct.,

Madison, WI

Bassett 

Hub Madison Apartments

437 N. Frances St.,

Madison, WI

Mifflin

Madison Public Library

201 W. Mifflin St.,

Madison, WI

State Street

Madison Public Library

201 W. Mifflin St.,

Madison, WI

Langdon

Lowell Center

610 Langdon St.,

Madison, WI

Mansion Hill/Gilman

Lowell Center

610 Langdon St.,

Madison, WI