Elections & Voting
The Clerk is responsible for coordinating election activities in the town, including registration of voters, maintenance of voter records and assisting the State in the conduct of elections. Questions regarding voting and elections may be directed to the Clerk's Office during regular business hours.
Spring Election - April 6, 2021
Notice of Outstanding Ballots (last updated April 6, 2021 at 8:52 pm):
- Absentee Ballots Issued: 729
- Absentees Returned: 469
- Absentees Outstanding: 260
- Provisional Ballots Issued: 0
For official election notices, please visit our Public and Legal Notices page.
- February 16, 2021 - Spring Primary Election
- April 6, 2021 - Spring Election
- February 15, 2022 - Spring Primary Election (if needed)
- April 5, 2022 - Spring Election
- August 9, 2022 - Fall Partisan Primary
- November 8, 2022 - Fall General Election
My Vote is a website for Wisconsin Voters where you can:
- Register to Vote
- Request Absentee Ballot and track your ballot through the election process
- Find Your Elected Officials from the local level up to the White House
- Find Your Polling Place
- View Sample Ballots - 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).
Proof of ID & Residence
Please remember to include a copy of your Proof of Residence when registering to vote and Proof of ID when submitting an absentee ballot request. View the difference between the two (PDF).
Becoming a Poll Worker on Election Day
The Town of Lisbon encourages all citizens to vote and to become involved in the election process. One of the most rewarding ways to contribute is to serve your community as an Election Inspector, or Poll Worker. Citizen involvement is essential in conducting open, accurate and fair elections. We hope that you will consider participating in the election process by signing up to be an election inspector.
If interested, please submit the Election Inspector Application online.
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? Fill out the Adopt-a-Polling Place Interest Form (PDF).
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 or at Town Hall. If you have any questions, please contact Clerk Elisa Cappozzo.
Election Inspector (Poll Worker) Application
Responsibilities of an Election Inspector: Organizing the polling place before the polls open, election day voter registration, checking in voters on the poll book, reviewing the voter's photo ID, and assigning each voter in the poll book a sequential election day voter number, issuing ballots, assisting voters and providing instruction as necessary, processing absentee ballots, monitoring the voting equipment, signing and assisting with paperwork.
Download and fill out the Election Inspector Application.