P&H Retirees’ Club

My Vote Wisconsin is a web site from our Wisconsin Elections Commission.
Here you can register to vote,
request an absentee or mail-in ballot,
see who your elected representatives are, view a sample ballot, find out where to vote, track your
absentee or mail-in ballot,
and more.

In Wisconsin you can vote early in person as early as two weeks before election day.
Some municipalities offer drive up voting during the early voting period.  
Check with your local City Clerk for information.

If you choose to vote an absentee or a mail-in ballot, it is important that you complete the return envelope properly,
or your ballot may not count.
You must complete the envelope as shown below.

This section will be filled in before the envelope is sent to you by your local City Clerk.


The voter MUST SIGN
and DATE here.

The voter MUST have
a witness SIGN here.

The voter’s witness MUST
write their ADDRESS here.

You may use the United States Postal Service to return your ballot, or  you can return it in person. Some municipalities are installing ballot drop boxes where you can deposit your ballot.
Some municipalities have night deposit boxes at the city hall that you can deposit your ballot in.
You can also take your ballot to your city hall during normal business hours and deposit in the City Clerk’s office.
No matter how you return your ballot, you must complete the envelope properly, or your ballot may not count.
And don’t forget to place your ballot in the envelope!


And don’t forget to place your ballot in the envelope!