Elections

Elections:

2019 Election : April 2, 2019 (Spring Election)
2020 Election : February 18, 2020 (Spring Primary), April 7, 2020 (Spring Election & Presidential Preference Primary), August 11, 2020 (Partisan Primary), & November 3, 2020 (General Election)

From the Clerk

Important Wisconsin Election Laws and Other Recent Changes. Photo ID is now required when registering to vote. Proof of residence is still required. Please bring appropriate required documentation for proof of residency. Voters who will reside at their address for at least 10 days for Election Day are eligible to vote. Voters who have moved within Wisconsin less than 10 days before the election must vote from their previous address, either by absentee ballot or at the polling place. Voters who have moved to Wisconsin from another state less than 10 days are only eligible to vote in Presidential elections. As of June 2011, voters may no longer register in the clerk’s office after the Friday before the election. Voters may still register at the polling place on Election Day. If you have been issued a WI driver license and it is current and valid, you must provide number and expiration date. If you have not been issued a WI driver license you must provide either your WI DOT issued ID number OR the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number.

Changes to absentee voting:

  • Absentee voting in the clerk’s office is now restricted to the two weeks before an election. Absentee voting now ends at the close of business the Friday before the election.
  • The new law prohibits voting and voter registration the Saturday, Sunday or Monday before the election.
  • Beginning in 2012, absentee voters in the clerk’s office must present the same type of photo ID required at the polls.

Absentee Requests by Mail:

  • If submitting an absentee request via fax or email, you must either include a photocopy of acceptable ID with your absentee application request envelope. Please submit these requests early to avoid any problems. It is important to return your absentee ballot ASAP so I can print the poll books.

If you are a new voter. Please register early prior to elections. You can contact me at (920) 693-3441 to make an appointment.

EL-131 Voter Registration Application

EL-121 Application for Absentee Ballot (2018-06)

2019 Type E Notice (2019-04-02)