MADISON, WI – Voters will have a choice of “I Voted” stickers when they head out to vote in this fall’s elections.
Provisional voters have until 4:00 pm Friday to provide the City of Madison Clerk’s Office with their photo identification.
The City of Madison Clerk’s Office put together a top five list of things to know for tomorrow’s Spring Election.
Many polling places in the City of Madison have changed because of redistricting. The City of Madison Clerk’s Office sent postcards to voters in areas impacted by polling place changes in early March.
Friday, Apr. 1 is the last day before the Spring Election that voters can register to vote before Election Day. Voter registration is not available the Saturday, Sunday, or Monday before an election.
The City of Madison Clerk’s Office invites the public to observe its public test of election equipment this weekend.
In-person absentee voting will begin tomorrow, Tuesday, Mar. 22, at several locations throughout the City of Madison.
What will you need to bring with you if you’re voting absentee in person?
Following a comprehensive process, the PFC has selected Chris P. Carbon to be our next Fire Chief. As a standard practice, the PFC will now be issuing a Conditional Offer of Appointment.
As you prepare for the Spring Election on April 5, the City of Madison Clerk’s Office wants to remind you what types of photo ID you can use for voting in Wisconsin.
Acceptable Forms of Photo ID
Absentee ballots for City of Madison voters who have a request on file have been mailed.
The Spring Election is on Apr. 5, 2022.
Several offices are up for election on April 5:
The Board of Police and Fire Commissioners (PFC) for the City of Madison, Wisconsin is soliciting input from the public regarding the hiring of a new Fire Chief.