VOTER REQUIREMENTS In the State of Wisconsin, you must show an acceptable photo ID- such as a Wisconsin driver license, U.S. passport, military ID, or a free Wisconsin state ID card- before casting a ballot in any election. Voters who choose to vote absentee, by mail or in-person, also must provide photo ID. If you have questions about the Voter Photo ID law, including a list of other acceptable forms of photo ID or how to obtain a photo ID for voting purposes, please visit bringit.wi.gov or contact Stephanie Brensike, Town Clerk at email@example.com. 608-617-4154, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
VOTER REGISTRATION To register to vote, or to change your name or address on your voter registration, please contact Clerk Brensike or visit myvote.wi.gov. MyVote also provides access to information on upcoming elections including sample ballots, polling place information.
ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST An Absentee Ballot Request can be made online at myvote.wi.gov, in writing or in- person to the Town Clerk. For further assistance on these, or other elections related information, including deadlines for registration and absentee ballot requests, please contact Clerk Brensike at (608) 617-4154, or email email@example.com.
Upcoming Town Board Meetings:
Monday 6/8 - Weekly Town Board @ 4:30 pm
Wednesday 6/10 - Regular Town Board Meeting @ 7:00 pm
Monday 6/22 - Weekly Town Board @ 4:30 pm
Town Government Office Hours are on Mondays from 3 pm - 5 pm at the Town Hall