November 8, 2022 - Partisan Office & Referendum

Due to the recent court decision regarding absentee ballot drop boxes, voters are no longer allowed to return their absentee ballots via the use of drop boxes.  Ballots returned via a drop box will not be counted.  Learn how you can return your absentee ballots.

The 2022 Fall Election will consist of selecting; individual candidates for Statewide, Congressional, Legislative and County offices. Voters will then choose yes or no on the municipal referendum question.

Statewide offices include Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, and State Treasurer; Congressional offices include United States Senator and Representative in Congress for District 6; Legislative offices include State Senator District 13 and Representative to the Assembly District 37 and County offices Sheriff and Clerk of Court.

Due to the 2020 Census and the resulting re-districting, local wards and districts have been updated, along with county supervisory districts.  Voters are urged to check their ward assignment before arriving at the polls to vote or before requesting an absentee ballot.   

Voters can check their ward assignment by accessing MyVote.wi.gov, click on My Voter Info, enter your name & date of birth.  The ward number will appear in the middle of the page:

Polling Place Location Graphic

An updated ward/aldermanic district map approved in October 2021 and can be viewed here.  

The updated County Supervisory District map that was approved in October 2021 and can be viewed here.

November 8, 2022 Sample Ballot:

  • Download the Sample Ballot: Official Primary Ballot - Partisan Offices

MyVote

Register to vote - provide proof of residence

  • MyVote.wi.gov
  • Beginning July 21, 2022, all voters must register in the Clerk's Office.  

Absentee Voting

Absentee ballots may be requested through MyVote until August 4, 2022.  After this deadline, all absentee voting takes place in the Clerk's Office.

Hours for in-person absentee voting for the November 8, 2022 Election:

  • Tuesday & Thursday October 25 & 27, November 1 & 3
  • 1:00-4:30 pm City Hall
  • Friday, November 4
  • 1:00 – 5:00 pm City Hall

There will be parking available on N. Dickason Blvd. by City Hall for those wishing to vote early or drop off their voted ballot; electors may call City Hall 623-5900 to request assistance. Please reserve this convenience for those due to age, infirmity or disability.

Absentee Ballots can be requested from the Clerk's Office no later than Thursday before election day:

Due to the recent court decision regarding absentee ballot drop boxes, voters are no longer allowed to return their absentee ballots via the use of drop boxes.

Options for returning your absentee ballot include:

  • Mail it back: The United States Postal Service recommends mailing your ballot at least one week before Election Day.  Returning a ballot from overseas may take longer.
  •  Hand deliver: To your Municipal Clerk during regular office hours.  You are not allowed to hand deliver another voter’s ballot regardless of relationship to the voter.
  •  Election Day Polling Location: On Election Day by no later than 8:00 PM.  You are not allowed to return another  voter's ballot regardless of relationship to the voter.

You may only return your own ballot to the Clerk’s office or polling location.  Absentee ballots may not be returned by email or fax.

Please remember that ballots received after 8:00 PM on Election Day will not be counted.

Please direct all election related questions to 920-623-5900.