- If your name or address has changed since you last voted, you will need to update your registration with your current information. All registration forms must include a copy of an acceptable Proof of Residence document.
- For questions about registration, please contact Town Hall at 262-796-3788
- You can check your registration and request an absentee ballot online at https://MyVote.WI.gov.
- All voters must show a current and valid photo ID to receive a ballot.
If you have any questions, or can’t find yourself on the MyVote website, please contact the Clerk’s Office at (262)796-3788 for assistance.
Absentee Voting FAQs
Why did I get a ballot mailed to me – I don’t remember asking for one.
No, we didn’t randomly send you a ballot. Yes, you requested it. You may have accidentally chosen a “Calendar Year” or “Indefinitely Confined” option when you made your initial request.
How can I request a ballot be mailed to me?
All registered voters can request a ballot online at www.MyVote.WI.gov, by mail using the Application for Absentee Ballot, in person at the Clerk’s Office, or by emailing the Clerk. Make sure you include your name, your voting address, which election you want a ballot for, and the address you want us to mail the ballot to. Don’t forget to include a copy of your Photo ID!
When will my ballot be mailed to me?
For a small election (Feb/Apr), clerks must mail ballots at least 21 days prior to the election. For a federal (Nov), clerks must mail ballots at least 45 days prior to the election. If you request a ballot after the initial mailing (21 days before a small election/45 days before a federal election), we have one business day to process the request and get your ballot into the mail.
I just found out that I will be out of town for the election. Is it too late to vote absentee?
You can request a ballot be mailed to you up until 5:00p.m. on the Thursday before each election. This doesn’t leave much time for mailing, so we highly recommend making your request as soon as possible.
There isn’t much on this ballot, why did you bother sending it to me?
Even if the ballot doesn’t have much on it, we are legally required to mail a ballot to everyone with a valid request on file in our office.