POLLING DAY HOURS ARE 7:00 A.M. to 8:00 P.M.
Wisconsin REQUIRES a photo ID to vote. For more information, please go to http://bringit.wisconsin.gov or contact the Town Hall Office.
Review your voter registration information at myvote.wi.gov
Make sure your registration information is accurate! If you have moved or experienced a change in name, or if you find information that is not accurate, you can update your registration online if your Wisconsin driver’s license or state ID is current. Keeping your voter registration current saves you time at the polls on Election Day!
Registration Online is Easy! Search for your record by entering your name and date of birth. Then click the “Update my Voter Registration” tab! Answer a few questions when you are prompted and myvote will provide you with the step by step instructions to get your registration completed fast and conveniently, right from home.
After these dates, registrants must either appear in person at the Town Hall by the Friday prior to Election Day or on Election Day at here at the polling site location.
How Can I Get an Absentee Ballot? https://vimeo.com/456712664
How are Absentee Votes Counted? https://vimeo.com/456719681
How to Turn In Completed Absentee Ballots? https://vimeo.com/456722126
PLEASE NOTE (VERY IMPORTANT):
****The court determined that voter residency requirements is now 28 days. Voters must have resided at their current address for 28 days prior to election in order to register at that address. Voters who do not meet the 28-day requirement at their new address are eligible to participate at their former address.
****Clerks may NOT send absentee ballots to regular absentee voters via fax or email delivery. Clerks are only allowed to continue to send absentee ballots to military and overseas voters via fax or email.
****In-person absentee voting may be conducted beginning no earlier than 14 days prior to each election and ending no later than the Sunday prior to election day.
No in-person absentee voting is allowed on the Monday prior to election day. Wis. Stat. § 6.86(1)(b).