Elections

Voting Information


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I request an absentee ballot? 

 To request a ballot, please visit myvote.wi.gov    Online instructions

Where do I vote? 

 please visit myvote.wi.gov  to find your polling location.

How do I check the status of my absentee ballot request?

  Search for your voter record at myvote.wi.gov  Scroll down the page to view your request.  Dates will appear in a blue box once they are completed.

How do I know if the Clerk's Office received my absentee ballot back to be counted? 

 Search for your voter record at  myvote.wi.gov  Scroll down the page to see your ballot status, a date will appear in a blue box when the clerk receives your ballot.  If all boxes are blue, this means everything is correct on your envelope and your ballot will be counted on Election Day.

Is there a drop box to drop of my absentee request or to return my ballot?

  No,  at this time, drop boxes cannot be used to return your ballot. 

How do I return my absentee ballot?

  Your ballot must be received in time to be delivered to your polling place no later than 8:00 pm on Election day by one of the following methods;   Prior to Election Day - Mail it back or drop off at the Clerk's Office.  Election Day - Drop it off at your polling place by 8:00 pm (must be dropped off by the voter themselves?

Can I change my mind and vote in person on Election Day instead of returning my absentee ballot?

  As long as you do not return your ballot to the Clerk's office, you can vote in person on Election Day.  Please notify the Clerk's office the Friday before the election, if you wish to cancel your absentee ballot.

What are my voting options?

  For 2023 Elections, you may request an absentee ballot to be mailed to you or you can vote in person, on Election Day at your regular polling locations (see chart below).

Can I vote absentee in the Clerk's Office?

  Yes, early voting hours are as follows for the April Election:
  • TBD
  • All voting will take place in the common council chambers at City Hall, 7426 Hubbard Avenue
Please see our Voter Registration Page and Absentee Voting Page for more election information.

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. 


DISTRICTS

Aldermanic District   Ward Election Day Polling Place 
District 1  Wards 1, 2, 20, 23 St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 7337 Hubbard Avenue
Vote in Friendship Hall
District 2  Wards 3, 4 St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 7337 Hubbard Avenue
Vote in Friendship Hall
District 3  Wards 5, 8, 21 St. Bernard’s Parish Center, 7436 University Avenue

District 4  Wards 6, 7 St. Bernard’s Parish Center, 7436 University Avenue

District 5  Wards 9, 10, 11 Middleton Courthouse / Police Station 7341 Donna Drive
Vote in courtroom
District 6  Wards 12, 13, 19,22 Middleton Courthouse / Police Station 7341 Donna Drive
Vote in courtroom
District 7  Wards 14, 15 Lakeview Park Shelter, 6300 Mendota Avenue
Vote in indoor shelter
District 8  Wards 16, 17, 18 Lakeview Park Shelter, 6300 Mendota Avenue
Vote in indoor shelter

City of Middleton Ward Map
  
Where Do I Vote?
Find out where you vote on the MyVote website.  The polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm on election day.

What's New at the Polls
New in 2022!
The redistricting process is complete! As a result, new ward boundaries have been created.  Verify your District/Ward combination and your polling place by visiting the MyVote website.  


Wisconsin Voter Photo Identification Law
Learn about Wisconsin Voter Photo ID Law at Bring It Wisconsin

Election Resources

My Vote Website
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