Voting takes place at the Town of Wilson Town Hall pictured above.
AUGUST 9Th, 2022 – Partisan Election
- VOTE IN PERSON ON ELECTION DAY (Aug. 9th, 2022) AT THE TOWN HALL from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM
- Early absentee voting hours for the Partisan Election will be held on July 26, 27, 28 & Aug. 1, 2, 3, 4
- from 9AM- 3 PM
- LOCATION: TOWN Office 5935 South Business Drive, Sheboygan, WI 53081
Voters may verify their registration, polling place, sample ballot, and absentee ballot status at My Vote Wisconsin .
The deadline to request an absentee ballot is 5:00 pm the Thursday before the election, but we recommend making your request as early as possible so there is adequate time to mail the ballot back to the Clerk’s Office.
Voters wishing to return their absentee ballots must do so IN PERSON at the Town of Wilson Office.
located at 5935 S. Business Dr., Sheboygan.
NEW STATE LAW REQUIRES VOTERS TO TURN IN THEIR OWN BALLOT – No drop offs for family or friends and ballots must be turned in to election staff.
If you are experiencing mobility issues, call the Town Office at 920-208-2390 from your vehicle and staff can assist you.
SPECIAL PUBLIC NOTICE – AUGUST ELECTION FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS – CLICK BELOW
SPECIAL NOTICE – ELECTION QUESTIONS
Spring Primary-Primary held on the third Tuesday in February to nominate non-partisan candidate to be voted for at Spring Election. State Statute 5.02(22)
Spring Election-Election held on the first Tuesday in April to elect judicial, educational, and municipal officers, and non-partisan county officers, and to express preferences for the person to be the presidential candidate for each party in presidential election years. State Statue 5.02(21)
Fall Primary-Primary held in even-numbered years on the second Tuesday in August, to nominate candidates to be voted for at the General Election, and to determine which candidates for state officers other than district attorney may participate in the Wisconsin election campaign fund. State Statue 5.02(18)
General Election-Election held in even-numbered years on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November to elect United States senators, representatives to congress, presidential electors, state senators, representatives to the assembly, district attorneys, state officers other than the state superintendent and judicial officers, and county officers other than supervisors and county executives. State Statue 5.02(5)
Absentee Delivery by Mail
You may submit an absentee request at My Vote Wisconsin (click on Vote Absentee at the top of the website), or you may send a written request that includes:
Address to which the ballot should be mailed
Copy of voter ID, if not already on file in Clerk’s Office
Send the request via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail the request to:
Town Clerk’s Office
5935 S. Business Dr., Sheboygan, WI 53081
Ballots will be mailed out through the Thursday before the election. Absentee ballots must be received in the Clerk’s Office in time for delivery to the polls on Election Day.
Indefinitely Confined Absentee Ballot
The indefinitely confined category is fitting for voters who, for the foreseeable future, limit travel outside their home because of age, physical illness, or infirmity, or are disabled for an indefinite period. Each voter makes the decision of whether they are indefinitely confined based upon their current situation. Being indefinitely confined does not require permanent or total inability to travel outside of your home.
No copy or picture of your voter ID is needed if you apply for an absentee ballot in the indefinitely confined category. As an indefinitely confined absentee voter, you will continue to receive ballots for every election until you do not return a ballot, or you request to be removed from the indefinitely confined absentee list.
You can apply as an indefinitely confined absentee voter by printing out and mailing in this form:
Voters Temporarily Overseas
You may email your absentee request to email@example.com. Your request should include your name, the address at which you are registered to vote, and the email or street address to which we should send the ballot. If you haven’t already submitted a copy of your voter ID to the Clerk’s Office, you will need to include a picture or scan of your ID with your request.
Your ballot will be included in the first batch of ballots we mail out. For the fastest service, request that we send your ballot to an email address. Sign the certification statement and have an adult (18 or older) sign the certification as a witness. Your witness does not need to be a U.S. Citizen, but they will need to write their address under the witness signature. You will need to mail the absentee ballot, sealed in an envelope with the certification statement attached to the outside of the envelope.
The envelope bearing the certification statement should be sealed in a larger envelope bearing the words, “Absentee Ballot Enclosed.” Your name and ward number (found above your name on your absentee envelope) should be written legibly on the mailing envelope. We must receive your ballot by Election Day.
Absentee Delivery by Email – Available for Military and Overseas (both permanent & temporary) Voters Only
Military and Overseas Voters: Be sure to include your name, address at which you are registered to vote, email address to which the ballot should be sent, and a copy or picture of your voter ID (if not already on file in the Clerk’s Office).
You will receive your ballot and absentee certification statement as attachments to an email message. You will need to print the ballot and certification statement on paper and send them back to the City Clerk’s Office through the mail. Absentee ballots must be received in the Clerk’s Office in time for delivery to the polls on Election Day.
New Town of Wilson residents are asked to contact the clerk about voter registration. Or register online at My Vote WI
You may also register to vote, with proof of residence, at any absentee voting location.
Complete absentee ballot request form EL-121, see link below or contact the Town Clerk at 920-208-2390. There is NO voting on the Monday before ANY election in the State of Wisconsin. View the Wisconsin Absentee Voting Guide. Learn more about Absentee voting.
Download and complete the below forms, enclose the required documents and mail to the Town Clerk. A photo ID is required.
Voter Photo ID
Interested in running for public office? Please read the checklist for important “due-by” dates and instructions. Then download and complete the remaining three forms. Return forms to the Clerk by the due dates.