There are nineteen (19) Outstanding Absentee Ballots, and no (0) Provisional Ballots when the Polls closed on November 3, 2020.
Town of Addison Total Ballots cast on February 18, 2020 – 477
Town of Addison Total Ballots cast on April 7, 2020 election – 1,191
Town of Addison Total Ballots cast on August 11, 2020 election – 463
Town of Addison Total Ballots cast o n November 3, 2020 – 2,288
2020 Election Dates
Notice of 2021 Spring Election
Election Information for Town of Addison
Elections for Town of Addison residents are held at the Addison Town Hall, 127 First Street, Allenton, Wisconsin.
Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Before you can vote, whether in person on election day, or absentee, you must be registered and you must show a photo ID.
- Please note: Absentee ballots may not be hand-carried outside of the Town Hall.
You can not pick up an absentee ballot for anyone else and take it to them.
2020 is a Presidential Election year, which means you will soon be finding voter registration forms and absentee ballot request forms in your mailbox. A mailing from the Wisconsin Elections Commission with Absentee Voting information will be sent in September 2020 to all Wisconsin registered voters who do not already have an absentee ballot request on file. Any other mailings are not from your municipal clerk or the Wisconsin Elections Commission, even though they may appear to be. They are sent by special interest groups and the prefilled voter information on these forms is not always accurate. To ensure you are properly registered, or to apply for an absentee ballot, please follow the instructions on the mailing from the Wisconsin Elections Commission, visit myvote.wi.gov, follow the instructions below, or contact the Town Clerk at 262 629-5420 or email@example.com.
For the November 3, 2020 election:
Absentee voting by mail begins September 17, 2020.
Absentee voting in person, in the Town Clerk’s office, begins October 20, 2020.
To Absentee vote in person, in the Town Clerk’s office, come to the Town office during the Clerk’s office hours. Be sure to bring your photo ID with you.
The last day to Absentee vote in person, in the Town Clerk’s office is the Friday before election day.
To Register, you will need to provide proof of residence. The last day to Register in person is the Friday before election day.
I plan to be in the office and available for absentee voting as follows:
Tuesday, October 20 thru Friday, October 23, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Monday, October 26 thru Thursday, October 29, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Friday, October 30, 9:30 a.m. thru 5:00 p.m.
Absentee voting ends at 5:00 p.m. on Friday 10/30/2020.
If these times do not work for you, please let me know. We can make arrangements to meet at the Town Hall at another time.
To Absentee vote by mail, you can make a request on MyVote.wi.gov (link below). An e-mail message regarding your request will be received at the Town office, then an absentee ballot will be sent. Or you can obtain form EL-121, Request for Absentee Ballot, from the Town Clerk, or download it from the Government Accountability Board website. (Link below) Mail or deliver the request to the Town Clerk along with a copy of your photo ID. After the Clerk receives your completed EL-121 and the copy of your photo ID, your absentee ballot will be mailed to you.
Absentee ballots will not be mailed after the Thursday before the election.
EL-121 Application for Absentee Ballot:
EL-131 Voter Registration Application
Wisconsin Voter Information
You can look up your Voter Registration, view a sample ballot for an upcoming election, look up your Polling place, Voting Districts and current Office holders at My Vote Wisconsin. (Link below)
Wisconsin requires a photo ID to Vote.
Statewide Voter Registration requires all electors to be registered before voting, beginning in 2006. Qualified Electors may register to vote in the Town Clerk’s office during regular office hours, with the exception of the Saturday, Sunday and Monday before an election. Registrations will also be taken on election day. Persons wishing to register to vote must provide proof of residence. A valid Wisconsin Driver’s license with a current Town of Addison address is the easiest form to use for this requirement. If this is not available, contact the Town Clerk for other options.