February 21st Primary Election Information
Sample Ballot Below
DO YOU NEED TO REGISTER TO VOTE? DO YOU WANT TO VOTE ABSENTEE?
If you need to register to vote you have a couple of options. If your drivers license or state ID has the correct address, you can register to vote at the link below. You can also request and absentee ballot for one election or all elections for a year at that same link below.
It only takes a few minutes. Or you can come in to the office and register to vote. You will need to bring proof of residence along with you and acceptable proof of residence can be found at the same address listed above. If you have question please call. If you have requested an absentee at this website before, you will not be required to transmit your ID again.
August 9th Partisan Primary
The August 9th election is a Partisan Primary. That means you may vote in just one party.
What If I Receive a Voter Registration Application or an Absentee Application in the Mail and I did not request it?
If you receive an application for absentee ballot or voter registration form in the mail, use caution. First try accessing the my vote link below and register or request an absentee ballot on-line. If you choose to use the form that you received in the mail make sure to include a copy of your ID for absentee applications and for Registration Applications you must include a copy of your ID and if the address is not correct on your ID you must also include proof of residence. These forms were NOT mailed by the Town Clerk, the County Clerk or the State of Wisconsin, they have been mailed by a third party.
Did you receive a registration form in the mail? In many cases the resident does not fill this form out correctly or is missing proof of residents. Follow the link below and first try to register on-line.
Voter Information, Voter Registration and Absentee ballot request click on this link
- Check Voter Registration
- Register to vote
- Preview Sample Ballots
- Check Polling Location
- Request Absentee Ballot
- Check Voter History
Election Day Polling Place
Harmony Town Hall, 440 N US HWY 14, Janesville WI 53546
Election Day Hours are 7 am to 8 pm
For a map to the polling place, click on the Contact Us tab on the top of the screen. PLEASE NOTE: If you are using a GPS, include the N in the direction or you will be directed to an empty field near the Rock County Jail. Look for the green Ag Service Center sign on US HWY 14 Next to Silha Construction.