Voter Registration Information
Register or re-register to vote online at the website My Vote Wisconsin.  You can also check voter registration status at this website by entering your name and date of birth. Eligible voters who hold a valid State of Wisconsin Driver License or State ID Card that has their current name and address on file with the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles can complete the registration entirely online. If the voter is not able to match their information with the WI DMV records, then registration must be completed by submitting the registration form and an acceptable proof of residence document with the Village Clerk either by mail or in person. The voter registration form can be downloaded here. A list of documents that are acceptable for proof of residence can be found here. 

 

Absentee Voting- By Mail
Voters may request an absentee ballot online at the website My Vote Wisconsin. If you have not requested an absentee ballot in the past, you will need to upload an image of your photo ID when requesting your ballot online.  Requests for an absentee ballot can also be made via mail or in person at the Village Office. If you are mailing in your absentee ballot request application or are bringing it to the Village Office, you will need to include a copy of acceptable photo ID. You can download the Wisconsin Application for Absentee Ballot here.

 

Absentee Voting- In Person 

Absentee voting in person (also known as early voting) begins on the Tuesday, two weeks prior to an election and ends the Friday before the election.  In person absentee voting is held during normal Village Office hours which are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  You do not need to complete any paperwork prior to coming to vote absentee in person.  You do need to bring an acceptable photo ID.

Election Results
Available on the Racine County Elections website. 

Run for Local Office
Interested in serving the Village as an elected Village trustee or judge? Click here for all the forms that you need in order to get on the ballot.

Work at the Polls
We could always use more community-minded residents to assist at the polls on Election Day. For more information on how to serve as a poll worker, contact the Village Clerk at 262-639-3524.

Other Election Information
For more information on voting and elections in Wisconsin: