Elections & Voting
February 18, 2020 - Spring Primary
April 7, 2020 - Spring Election & Presidential Preference
August 11, 2020 - Partisan Primary
November 3, 2020 - Fall General & Presidential Election
Interested in running for a local office? Click here to access the packet of information on how to become a candidate and get on the ballot for the 2020 Spring Election.
My Vote is a website for Wisconsin Voters where they can check their voter registration, find their elected officials and polling place, request an absentee ballot and track said ballot through the election process. We encourage you to use My Vote.
Residents can use the My Vote website to register to vote, request an absentee ballot and to see their sample ballot. We encourage you to take advantage of this convenient tool if you cannot make the trip to Town Hall.
For more information on Wisconsin Elections, please check out the State's website: Wisconsin Elections Commissions (WEC).
Interested in becoming a Poll Worker on Election Day? Fill out an application and submit to Town Hall. Click here for an application.
Non-profit organizations can join in with our Adopt a Polling Place initiative. Volunteers from your organization can serve as a poll workers and compensation for their efforts goes back to the non-profit organization. Interested? Click here for more information.
Copies of election forms, as well as pertinent election information, is available on the web page of the State of Wisconsin Elections and Ethics Commissions (elections.wi.gov) or at Town Hall. If you have any questions, please contact Town Clerk Dan Green (contact information on the right).