November Absentee Voting

Absentee Ballots will start mailing on September 22nd.  if you are planning to vote absentee by mail, the fastest way to apply for an absentee ballot is Myvote.wi.gov.  It will take only minutes to get your application in the system and I receive those requests within a couple of minutes of you submitting.  Absentee Ballots must be at the clerks office by 8pm on election day.  Any absentee ballots returned after 8pm on election day will not be counted.  

When Returning Your Ballot 

Please pay particular attention to filling out your return envelope.  The Voter must sign the return envelope along with date.  The witness must sign and place their entire address on the lines provided.  House Number, Street Name, City, State and Zip Code.  See below…

 

Important Return Envelope Instructions Click Here

Thanks 

Tim Tollefson

Clerk