Notification of Noncandidacy
Due to the recent court decision regarding absentee ballot drop boxes, voters are no longer allowed to return their absentee ballots via the use of drop boxes.
Options for returning your absentee ballot:
By mail: The United States Postal Service recommends mailing your ballot at least one week before Election Day. Returning a ballot from overseas may take longer. Absentee ballots must be received by 8:00 P.M. on Election Day.
Hand deliver your ballot to the Clerk’s office by no later than 6:00 p.m. on Election Day. You are not allowed to hand deliver another voter’s ballot regardless of relationship to the voter. You may only return your own ballot to the Clerk’s office.
Drop your absentee ballot off at the polling place (Town Hall) on Election Day by no later than 8:00 p.m.
Please note that absentee ballots may not be returned by email or fax.
2024 Election Dates
Tuesday, February 20 – Spring Primary (if necessary)
Tuesday, April 2 – Spring Election & Presidential Preference Primary
Tuesday, August 13 – Partisan Primary
Tuesday, November 5 – General Election & Presidential Election
Polling Place: Campbell Town Hall, 2219 Bainbridge St. The polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Don’t forget to bring Photo ID.
December 1st, 2023, is the first day for candidates to circulate nomination papers for the 2024 Spring Election. General guidelines and required paperwork can be found below:
All required documents must be turned in to Campbell Town Hall. The last day to circulate nomination papers is January 2nd, 2024. If you have any questions regarding these guidelines/documents, please contact Campbell Town Hall at: (608) 783-0050.
Request an absentee ballot at myvote.wi.gov
Anyone wishing to vote in the state of Wisconsin has four options to register:
1. ONLINE: Register to vote, update information, or request an absentee ballot at myvote.wi.gov.
2. BY MAIL: Download the Application for Voter Registration (EL-131), complete the form and mail it into the municipal clerk’s office. Find your Wisconsin Municipal Clerk here. The application must be postmarked no later than the 20th day (3rd Wednesday) before the election.
PLEASE NOTE: State and federal law now requires that any first-time voter submitting a registration application by mail provide a copy of an acceptable identifying document that provides proof of residence. (A “first-time voter” is an individual who has not voted in an election in Wisconsin.) Acceptable forms of proof of residence are outlined below. Please note that first-time voters registering by mail may not use a residential lease as proof of residence. The copy of the form of proof of residence must be included when submitting the registration application. If a copy of proof of residence is not included, the elector will be required to supply it before being issued a ballot at the polling place or before being issued an absentee ballot in the municipal clerk’s office.
3. IN PERSON: Register in the municipal clerk’s office up to 5 p.m. or the close of business whichever is later on the Friday before the election. Note: After the BY MAIL deadline, an elector registering in person in the clerk’s office is required to present acceptable proof of residence as outlined below.
4. AT THE POLLING PLACE ON ELECTION DAY: If you wish to register to vote at your polling place, you must bring proof that you reside at your present location. For purposes of voter registration, acceptable forms of proof of residence must include:
1. A current and complete name, including both the given and family name; and
2. A current and complete residential address, including a numbered street address, if any, and the name of a municipality.
NOTE: Proof of residency is required for voter registration and must be current and valid. The purpose of the proof of residency document is to establish the voter’s current address, not to prove that the voter complies with the 28 consecutive day residency requirement. The voter’s sworn statement on the registration form that they meet the 28-day requirement shall be presumed to be true unless the inspector or a challenger has first-hand knowledge sufficient to question the certification.
Proof of Residence
The following constitute acceptable Proof-of-Residence if the document contains your current name and address and is valid on Election Day (unless otherwise indicated):
1. A current and valid Wisconsin driver license.
2. A current and valid Wisconsin identification card.
3. Any other official identification card or license issued by a Wisconsin governmental body or unit.
4. Any identification card issued by an employer in the normal course of business and bearing a photo of the card holder, but not including a business card.
5. A real estate tax bill or receipt for the current year or the year preceding the date of the election.
6. A residential lease which is effective for a period that includes election day (NOT for first-time voters registering by mail).
7. A university, college or technical institute identification card (must include photo), ONLY if the bearer provides a fee receipt dated within the last nine months or the institution provides a certified housing list to the municipal clerk.
8. A gas, electric or telephone service statement (utility bill) for the period commencing not earlier than 90 days before election day.
9. Bank statement.
11. A check or other document issued by a unit of government.
12. An affidavit on public or private social service agency letterhead identifying a homeless voter and describing the individual’s residence for voting purposes.
13. Residential lease. (Not valid if registering by mail.)
Updating Voter Registration Information
If you move your residence or change your name, you are required to update your voter registration information. This is done by filling out form EL-131 and sending it to your local municipal clerk’s office.
Public Information and Confidentiality
Information in your voter registration record, except your date of birth, driver license number, the last four digits of your Social Security Number, and any special accommodation needs for persons with disabilities, are considered public information in Wisconsin, and may be obtained by anyone making a voter data request. Electors who are victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault or stalking have the option to be listed confidentially on poll lists, and their information will not be released through voter data requests. Click here for more information about confidential listing for protected voter information..