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Early in-person absentee voting goes until Saturday this week at City Hall, 100 N. Jefferson St.
You can look up your address at https://myvote.wi.gov/en-US/FindMyPollingPlace to find your polling location.
Election Day is Tuesday, February 16; polls are open from 7 AM to 8 PM.
Go to https://myvote.wi.gov/en-US/TrackMyBallot and enter your name and birthdate to track your ballot if we have received it.
If you have your absentee ballot, you can still vote on Election Day. When you arrive at your polling location, the poll book election inspectors will see that you’ve been issued an absentee ballot. You can vote only if you haven’t returned the ballot. It’s illegal to vote twice, so when you go home, please ensure you’ve destroyed the absentee ballot sent to you in the mail.
Coming to City Hall to vote early is the same as voting absentee, you’re just doing it in person instead of by mail. We recommend that you vote in-person either at City Hall by Saturday, February 13, or on Election Day at your polling place.
The official deadline to request an absentee ballot is Thursday, February 11 and we’ll need to receive your ballot back by 8 PM on Election Day, Tuesday, February 16.
You can return your ballot at City Hall during early voting (through ) or at our secure 24-hour drop boxes before 8 PM on Election Day. City Hall, there’s a drive up box on Jefferson and a box off the parking lot on the east side of the building.
Yes, all absentee voters must obtain a witness signature and address on the ballot envelope.
A witness can be any US Citizen who is 18 years or older, including a neighbor, spouse, or family member of the voter. If you come to City Hall during early voting, someone in the clerk’s office can be a witness for you.
If you aren’t sure if you’re registered, enter your name and birthdate on https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/MyVoterInfo
If not found: You’ll need to register to vote at City Hall by Friday, October 30th, or at your polling place on Election Day, Tuesday, November 3rd.
If found: Do you still live at this address? If so, you can vote in-person early at City Hall (100 N. Jefferson St.).
If you don’t live at that address you’ll need to re-register at City Hall the Friday before an election, or at your polling place on Election Day.
YES! You can come to City Hall during early voting, or register to vote at your polling place on Election Day.
Look up address at https://myvote.wi.gov/en-US/FindMyPollingPlace if you want to vote in person on Election Day.
Do you have a driver’s license, state ID? [Can be expired, as long as it expired after November 3, 2020]
You’ll need a Proof of Residence with your name and current address. That can be any one of the following:
If your proof of residence is not a valid photo ID, you’ll also need your driver’s license or other ID card.
We recommend wearing a mask for everyone’s safety. However, wearing a mask while voting on Election Day is not required.
We recommend that all voters take precautions issued by the CDC and Brown County Health Department, namely staying at least 6 feet apart from others, washing or sanitizing your hands frequently, coughing/sneezing into your sleeve, not your hand and monitoring your symptoms.
All poll workers will be wearing masks, will sit behind cough guards and will clean voting surfaces frequently. We’ll provide hand sanitizer and clean pens for voters. We also recommend washing your hands after you arrive back at your home or work.
Yes, all polling places are accessible.
We have curbside voting at City Hall during early voting. Call 448-3012 the parking space is on the east side of the building, in the back. Once you’re outside and we’ll bring your ballot out to you.
On Election Day, if you are unable to enter the building, call following the instructions to curbside vote at your polling location. The poll workers will check you into the poll book and announce that you will be receiving your ballot at the curb. Two poll workers will bring you a ballot, marking pen, and secrecy sleeve. Once you have marked your ballot, the two poll workers will feed your ballot into the tabulator inside the polling place, and your vote will be counted.