Election Information

2022 Election Dates

April 5, 2022 Spring Election

In-person absentee voting begins March 22, 2022 for the April 5, 2022 Election

August 9, 2022 Partisan Primary

In-person absentee voting begins July 26, 2022 for the August 9, 2022 Election

Town of Madison Polling Place for all future Elections

  • Wards 2-10:  Town of Madison Town Hall, 2120 Fish Hatchery Road, Madison
  • Ward 1:        Town of Madison Town Hall, 2120 Fish Hatchery Road, Madison

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Voter ID Information

Voter Eligibility

To be eligible to vote, you must be: United States citizen; age 18 or older by Election Day; resident of the Town of Madison for at least 28 consecutive days before the election; finished serving sentence, including probation/parole, if convicted of felonI Votedy.

Voter Registration

Up to 20 days before an election you may register to vote with proof of address at the Town of Madison Town Hall. You may register with proof of address through the Friday before an election. On Election Day you can register to vote at your polling place with proof of address.

Proof of Address

When registering, you need to present one of the following documents—either in paper or electronic format—showing your current name at your address: WI driver license or WI state ID card; utility bill from last 90 days (water, gas, electric, cable, internet, landline, or cellular phone); bank or credit union statement;  property tax bill or receipt; government document or check; paycheck; residential lease (a lease cannot be used when registering by mail); affidavit on letterhead from a public or private social service agency that is providing services to a homeless voter; college fee statement from last 9 months, with student ID Voting Absentee Absentee ballots are kept sealed and secure in the Clerk’s Office vault until counted at the polls on Election Day. You may vote absentee at the Town Hall between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. weekdays, beginning the 14th day before an election and ending the Friday before an election.

Voting Absentee by Mail

To receive an absentee ballot by mail, submit a written request containing: your name; address where registered to vote; address where ballot should be sent; and your signature. Send the Clerk a copy or picture of your ID along with your absentee request. It is a felony to vote at the polls if you have returned an absentee ballot to the Clerk’s Office. In order for your absentee ballot to be counted, you must: sign the certificate envelope and have a witness sign the envelope.

You may also request an absentee ballot by mail by visiting myvote.wi.gov