Spring Election and Presidential Preference Vote – UPDATE APRIL 3

All Wisconsin voters have been encouraged to vote by absentee ballot to avoid going to the polls on Election Day.

If you haven’t requested an absentee ballot, you can still vote on Election Day. Lines may be more lengthy than usual as we will limit the number of people in the room at one time and we will be frequently sanitizing surfaces.

Due to a Federal Court order, the return deadline for Absentee Ballots for the April 7, 2020 Election has been extended to April 13, 2020 at 4:00 pm. Ballots may be returned in the mail or using the drop box outside City Hall.

Election results WILL NOT be known until all absentee ballots have been counted after the April 13, 2020 4:00 pm deadline.

Many news outlets have suggested bring your own pen to the polls. This will be unnecessary on Election Day as each voter will be provided a brand new pen to use.

The polling place for all voters in the City is the Municipal Building, 123 S Second St. The ballot will include the Presidential Preference Vote, Municipal Races for Mayor and Alderpersons, Municipal Court Judge, Walworth County Supervisor, School Board, and a state-wide referendum.

Visit myvote.wi.gov to check your registration status, find your polling place, or find out what is on the ballot!

Remember that you need a photo ID if you are voting on Election Day.

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