Message about voting from the mayor - Election safe, votes secure
The city’s goal is to ensure that voting, whether in person or by mail, is safe for all citizens. We also want to ensure that every single ballot we receive is secure, and that your votes are counted.
Voting is our civic, patriotic duty, and it is essential to a vibrant democracy. I appreciate seeing the lengths to which many of our residents go to vote, standing in long lines just to exercise this principle of what it means to be an American. Please exercise your right either by absentee ballot (if you’ve not yet sent yours) or voting early in-person or on Election Day.
Absentee ballots, if not already mailed, may be deposited in the safe drop box on the west side of our library. You may also bring your absentee ballot to your polling place before the polls close at 8pm on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020.
Early in-person voting at the Middleton city hall continues from 1:00 to 4:00 PM on 10/26 to 10/29 and on Friday, 10/30 from 1:00 to 5:00 PM – the last day for early voting. For your and others’ safety, for in-person voting please wear a face mask and maintain a physical distance of at least six feet.
For voting on Election Day, (Tuesday, 11/3/2020 go to your regular polling place (St Bernard’s Church, St. Luke’s Church, Police Station or District Administrative Center). They are open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM. Remember to wear a mask. If you are unsure of your polling place, go to https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/FindMyPollingPlaceand enter your address.
For more information on the City of Middleton’s election plans, please see this link: https://www.cityofmiddleton.us/159/Elections.
Along with the staff in the City Clerk’s Office, I wish you all safety and good health.
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