Election and Voting

Election Information

Important Dates

  • Fall Election - November 6, 2018
  • Fall Primary – August 14, 2018
    Absentee voting by mail - begins 6/25/18
    In Person Absentee Voting begins Tues. July 24 thru Fri. Aug. 10th, 2018
    In Person Absentee Voting Hours:
    8 am - 5 pm Monday thru Thursday (Closed Daily from Noon-12:30 pm)
    Office is CLOSED on Fridays, except for Friday, Aug. 10th - hours are 8 am - 5 pm (closed for lunch 12-12:30 pm)
  • Spring Election – April 3, 2018 - Election Results - click here
    In Person Absentee Voting begins Tues. Mar. 13th, 2018 thru Fri. Mar. 30th, 2018
    In Person Absentee Voting Hours:
    8 am - 5 pm Monday - Thursday, (Closed Daily from Noon-12:30 pm) Exceptions listed below:
    Office is CLOSED on Fridays, except for 3/30/18
    Thursday, March 15th, 2018, By appointment
    Tuesday, March 27th, 2018- By appointment
    Friday, March 30th, 2018 - In Person Absentee Voting Hours 8 am - 5 pm, (closed from noon-12:30 pm)
  • Spring Primary  – February 20, 2018
    In Person Absentee Voting begins Tues. Jan. 30th, 2018 thru Fri. Feb. 16th
    In Person Absentee Voting Hours:
    8 am - 5 pm -M-Th (Office closed on Fridays, except for 2/16)
    8 am - 5 pm on Friday Feb. 16th
    Closed daily from Noon-12:30 pm

Polling Place:  Fulton Town Hall
2738 W Fulton Center Dr.
Edgerton, WI  53534
Polling Hours: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm

In Person Absentee Voting dates  -  Check Calendar of Event for hours (click here for calendar)

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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

Notices

2018 (Note: These notices will be posted when available.)

Voting By Absentee Ballot for Nov. 6, 2018 General Election - Click Here

Testing of Voting Machines Notice for 11/6/18 - Click Here

Sample Ballot for Nov. 6, 2018
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Testing of Voting Machines Notice for 8/14/18 Election - Click Here

Voting By Absentee Ballot for Aug. 14, 2018 Partisan Primary Election - Click Here

Sample Ballot for Aug. 14, 2018  -

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Sample Ballot for April 3, 2018 - We have (6) different ballot styles, see below.
Edg. Sch, County Superv. Dist 2
Edg. Sch, County Superv. Dist 3
Edg. Sch, County Superv. Dist 4
Edg. Sch, County Superv. Dist 9
Milt Sch, County Superv. Dist 4
Milt Sch, County Superv. Dist 9

Voting By Absentee Ballot for April 3, 2018 Spring Election -Click Here

Click Here Testing of Voting Machines Notice for 4/3/18 -Click Here

Notice of Spring Election, April 3, 2018 2018 (Type A Notice) - Click Here
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Sample Ballot for Feb. 20, 2018 - Feb. 20th Sample ballot for voters in Edgerton School Dist.
Feb. 20th Sample Ballot for voters in Milton School Dist.

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

Important Forms

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

Candidate forms

  • Candidate's Handbook for Elections (Click Here)
  • Campaign Registration Statement (ETHCF-1)
  • Declaration of Candidacy (EL-162)
  • Nomination Papers for Nonpartisan Office (EL-169)
  • Notification of Noncandidacy (EL-163)
  • Ballot Access Checklist for Municipal Candidates (ELIS-7)
  • Additional forms can be found on GAB's website form page (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 [email protected]  Their website is http://elections.wi.gov/