Voter Information

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 is Election Day. Polls will be open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm. Residents may vote EARLY, IN PERSON at local polling locations through Friday, March 31st. Please contact your municipal clerk to confirm hours.

Village of Mount Horeb
Alyssa Gross
Alyssa.Gross@mounthorebwi.info
608-437-6884
138 East Main St.
Mount Horeb, WI  53572
Mon. – Thur. | 7am – 5:30pm
Friday | 7:00am-noon
http://www.mounthorebwi.info/
Village of Blue Mounds
Mary Jo Michek
mmichek@bluemoundsvillage.com
608-437-5197
11011 Brigham Avenue
Blue Mounds, WI  53517
Monday | 8:00 am -5:00 pm
Tues – Thurs | 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
Friday: CLOSED
http://www.bluemoundsvillage.com/
Town of Blue Mounds
Helen Kahl
helentobm@mhtc.net
608-437-8722
10566 Blue Vista Road
Blue Mounds, WI  53517
Office Hours by Appointment
http://tn.bluemounds.wi.gov/wp/
Town of Cross Plains
Nancy Meinholz
tcpclerk@tds.net
608-798-0189
3734 County Road P
Cross Plains, WI  53528
Office Hours on Website
http://www.townofcrossplains.org/
Town of Moscow
Mary Kolb
townofmoscow@tds.net
608-523-1381
200 5th Avenue
Hollandale, WI  53544
Office Hours by Appointment
Town of Perry
Mary Price
mlprice@mhtc.net
608-437-4553
10084 County Highway A
Mount Horeb, WI  53572
Office Hours by Appointment
http://www.perry-wi.gov/
Town of Primrose
Ruth Hansen
clerk@townofprimrose.com
608-318-4440
8468 County Highway A
Verona, WI  53593
http://townofprimrose.com/
Town of Springdale
Vicki Anderson
townofspringdale@mhtc.net
608-437-6230
2379 Town Hall Road
Mt. Horeb, WI 53572
http://www.townofspringdale.org/cms-view-page.php?page=elections
Town of Vermont
Karen Carlock
clerk@townofvermont.com
608-767-2457
4017 County Road JJ
Black Earth, WI  53515
Office Hours by Appointment
http://www.vermonttownship.com/localgovernment/elections


MyVote Wisconsin
is the state’s official source for voting information, with resources to help you cast your ballot on Election Day. You can use the site to review your voting information, check your polling place, register to vote, request an absentee mail ballot, and more.

Don’t forget your Photo ID
Wisconsin state law requires that you present a valid photo identification prior to receiving a ballot. For more information on photo IDs, including how to obtain a free ID and a list of other allowable ID forms, click here.

Absentee Voting
In order to cast an absentee ballot, you must first be registered to vote. If you are registered, you may obtain an absentee ballot the following ways:

  • By mail – A request for an Absentee Ballot must be made in writing by mail, e-mail or fax to your City Clerk’s Office. The application must be received by the clerk by end of day the Thursday before the election in order for an absentee ballot to be mailed to you.
  • In-person in the Clerk’s Office (Early Voting) – This can be done in the clerk’s office up until the Friday before the election. Please refer to the table below for your City Clerk’s location. If you apply for an absentee ballot in your municipal clerk’s office, you will vote your ballot immediately in the clerk’s office, seal your ballot in the proper envelope, and return it to a member of the clerk’s staff. No ballots may be taken out of the clerk’s office. *Any special voting hours above and beyond the standard office hours will be posted separately.
  • Online – Military and permanent overseas voters can register and apply for absentee ballots online.