APRIL 7, 2020 SPRING ELECTION AND PRESIDENTIAL PREFERENCE VOTE INFORMATION
ELECTION DAY POLLING PLACES HAVE CHANGED! (for April 7, 2020, only)ALL VOTERS
will vote at Kromrey Middle School, 7009 Donna Drive for the April 7, 2020, election only. Please enter in door 5. Parking is available in the lot accessed by Donna Drive or on the street.
In-Person Voting - There will be NO regular clerk's office hours for in-person voting prior to April 7.
Absentee requests for mailed ballots can be made by:
- Online at myvote.wi.gov and uploading Photo ID
- Emailing the city clerk at email@example.com and attaching Photo ID
- Mailing a request to the city clerk with a copy of your Photo ID
- Filling out a request form at the entrance of city hall with a copy of your Photo ID
- Forms can be mailed or dropped in city’s drop box in the library parking lot
Photo ID is required with your ballot request:
The following photo IDs are acceptable for voting purposes, and can be unexpired or expired after, November 6, 2018:
- A Wisconsin DOT-issued driver license, even if driving privileges are revoked or suspended. Your Wisconsin DOT-issued driver license does not need to be a “REAL ID”.
- A Wisconsin DOT-issued identification card. Your Wisconsin DOT-issued ID card does not need to be a “REAL ID”.
- Military ID card issued by the U.S. Uniformed Services.
- A U.S. passport book or card.
- For a full list of acceptable ID, please visit bringit.wi.gov
The city clerk serves as the chief election official for the City of Middleton, prepares city election ballots, publishes election notices, prepares and distributes absentee ballots, provides information on polling place accessibility to state/federal, and maintains current voter registration files and lists.
Election Day Polling Places (NOT FOR APRIL 7, 2020)
The polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm on election day.
Where do I Vote?
Find out where you vote on the MyVote website. ALL VOTERS WILL VOTE AT KROMREY MIDDLE SCHOOL FOR APRIL 7, 2020.
What's New at the Polls
New in 2020!
The City of Middleton has transitioned from paper poll books to electronic poll books for checking in voters.
The voter assistance machines (automark) have also been replace with Express Votes. These machines assist voters in marking their ballot.
Learn about Wisconsin's Voter Photo ID Law
Learn about Wisconsin Voter Photo ID Law at http://bringit.wisconsin.gov/
City of Middleton Photo ID Brochure
Acceptable forms of Photo ID Handout
Use the MyVote Website to:
- Check your Voter Status
- Check your Polling Location
- View your Sample Ballot
- View your Elected Officials
- View the Status of your Absentee Ballot
- Register to Vote