Election and Voting

Election Information

We strongly urge that you request your ballot online at https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/

The Town Hall is only open for in-person absentee voting during regular office hours.
We are taking extreme precautionary measures to clean and disinfect for your protection.  Again, for the safety of everyone, yourself and the town employees, please request your ballot online.  

In Person absentee voting hours:  Monday - Thursday 7 am - 5 pm (closed daily 12-12:30 pm)
Last day to in person vote is Friday, April 3rd, and the office will be open 7 am - 5 pm (closed 12-12:30 pm)

Reminder:  Bring your valid Photo ID with you.

You can also request an absentee ballot to be mailed to you, click on the MyVote links below.

Any questions, call the office 608-868-4103.


Press Release:  Absentee Voting Encouraged by Clerk Zimmerman - click on below link



 My Vote
To request an absentee ballot click on the MyVote picture above or on this link: https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/

To find out your Voter Info go to: https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/

At this website https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/ you can do everything listed below:
Register to vote
Request an absentee ballot
Update your name and/or address
See what is on your ballot
Find your polling place


2020 Election(s)  Scroll down the page for each election .
February 18, 2020
April 7, 2020
August 11, 2020
November 3, 2020

Polling Place:
Fulton Town Hall
2738 W Fulton Center Dr.
Edgerton, WI  53534

Polling Hours: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm


Most Recent Election Results - Click Here

What to Bring to Vote Click here

Do you have an ID to bring to vote?  If not, you are able to obtain a qualifying ID for voting with one trip to the DMV, even if you lack documents showing U.S. Citizenship, your name and date of birth, and/or a legal name change.  To obtain a free ID for voting, applicants should bring to DMV documents that prove your identity and residency in the State of Wisconsin.  For more info, click on this link:  Wisconsin ID for Voting Purposes


2020 (Note: These notices will be posted when available.)

April 7, 2020: Spring Election

Notice for Spring Election-Type A Notice - Click Here

Voting by Absentee Ballot - Type E Notice - Click Here

Testing of Voting Machines Notice for 4/07/20 Election - Click Here

Sample Ballots for April 7, 2020:
Edgerton School District - click below
Edg. Sch Dist, Ward 1&5
Edg. Sch Dist, Ward 2
Edg. Sch Dist, Ward 3
Edg. Sch Dist Ward 4

Milton School District - click below

Milt Sch Dist, Ward 4
Milt Sch Dist, Ward 6



Aug. 11, 2020: Partisan Primary Election

Notice of Partisan Primary Election August 11 2020 (if required) - Click Here
Testing of Voting Machines Notice for 8/11/20 Election - Click Click Here
Sample Ballot for August 11, 2020 - Click Here

Nov. 3, 2020: General Election

Notice of General Election November 3, 2020 - Click Here
Testing of Voting Machines Notice for 11/03/20 Election - Click Here
Sample Ballot for November 3, 2020 - Click Here


Feb. 18, 2020: Spring Primary Election :  To See Election Results - Click Here
Voting by Absentee Ballot - Type E Notice - Click Here
Sample Ballot for February 18, 2020 - Click on below link(s)
Feb Ballot Sample- Edg. Sch. (if you live in the Edgerton School District)

Feb Ballot Sample - Milt. Sch. (if you live in the Milton School District)

Testing of Voting Machines Notice for 2/18/20 Election - Click Here

Outstanding Provisional Ballots - Click Here


Important Forms

You can click here to request an Absentee Ballot on-line through My Vote's website OR
Absentee Ballot Application (EL-121).
Voter Registration Application (EL-131)

Candidate forms

Voter Polling Place Look Up

Area voters now can look up their polling place and other election-related information online using a new function of the state’s voter registration system.

After going to the Web site, https://myvote.wi.gov/, voters can find polling place information under “Voter Information” on the Elections Division page.

The information comes from the Statewide Voter Registration System. Out-of-date information should be reported to local clerks, who maintain the site.

For more information, contact the Wisconsin Elections Commission at 1-866-VOTE-WIS, or 608-266-8005 or email elections@wi.gov  Their website is http://elections.wi.gov/