Election Info

Election info

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Regularly Scheduled Elections

  • Spring Primary – nonpartisan: held 3rd Tuesday in February – s.5.02(22), Stats.
  • Spring Election – nonpartisan: held 1st Tuesday in April to elect judicial and non-partisan Municipal, County, and Education Officials – s.5.02(21), Stats.
  • Fall Primary – partisan: held 2nd Tuesday in August to nominate candidates for the general election – s.5.02(18), Stats.
  • General Election – partisan: held in even-numbered years on the Tuesday after the 1st Monday in November to elect U. S. Senators, Representatives to Congress, President and Vice President, and State and County partisan officers – s.5.02(5), Stats.
  • Primary Elections – Held to nominate candidates to be voted on in the General or Spring Election.
  • Presidential Preference Primary – Held with the Spring Primary Election in a Presidential Election year to indicate preferences within each party for President.
  • Special Elections – Held to fill vacancies or for other designated purposes.

Each polling place shall be accessible to all individuals with disabilities. The Town of Chase has handicapped-accessible voting machines to allow individuals the ability to cast their own ballot. However, if additional assistance is needed, Elections Officials at the polling location are always willing to help. If you have any accessibility questions or issues with the polling location, please contact the Clerk’s Office at 920-822-1560.

Voter Accessibility

Voter Registration

If you are not registered, or have a name or address change since you last registered, you can register at the Clerk’s Office or by mail (download the application below) before the next election. Once the application is complete, mail to Clerk at 8481 County Road S, Pulaski, WI 54162

Election day, at-the-polls registration is still available for Wisconsin voters, but it’s always better to avoid lines and possible confusion by getting registered ahead of time. Be sure to bring proof of residence. Registration will remain active in Wisconsin if you vote at least once in any four-year period.

Voter Registration (EL-131)
MY VOTE WI WEBSITE – https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/

Absentee ballots are available approximately 2-3 weeks before each election. You can either cast your vote at the Clerk’s office before election by calling 920-822-1560for an appointment or request an application for an absentee ballot by mail (download application below) to be sent to you. Once the application is complete, mail to the Clerk at 8481 County Road S, Pulaski, WI 54162.

The deadline for requesting an absentee ballot by mail is 5:00 p.m. the Thursday before each election, for military requests by 5:00 p.m. the Friday before Election Day. Deadline for absentee ballots in person at the Clerk’s Office by 5:00 p.m. the Friday before Election Day. The completed absentee ballot must be received by the Clerk no later than the day of the election so that it can be delivered to the polling location by 8 p.m.

Become a Poll Worker

The Clerk’s Office strongly encourages all eligible residents to vote and become involved in the election process. One of the most rewarding ways to do that is to become an Election Day worker. Below are the positions:

If you are interested in working as an Election Inspector or would like more information; please contact the Clerk at 8481 County Road S, Pulaski, WI 54162 or go to https://elections.wi.gov/node/1012

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