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Voting and Election Information

 

Our promise is to work in partnership with our Federal, State, County and Local partners to utilize our collective knowledge, skills, and expertise across all professions to preserve the trust and confidence of the voters, thus leading to secure and successful elections.  

 


 

2024 Elections

  • Spring Election & Presidential Preference Primary - Tuesday, April 2, 2024

  • Partisan Primary - Tuesday, August 13, 2024

  • General (Presidential) Election - Tuesday, November 5, 2024

 

Polling Place

 

Location: Creekside Place, Inc. 102 Maple Street, Evansville, WI 53536

Polling Place Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. 

 


CANDIDATES

 

Notice of Non-Candidacy:

 

Non-Candidacy,  Alderperson District #3  - Ben Ladick

Non-Candidacy,  Alderperson District #4  - Joy Morrison

 

 

What if I want to run for local office?

 

The City of Evansville and Municipal Judge are elected offices. The City Council is made up of the Mayor and eight (8) Alderpeople. The terms of the Mayor and four Alderpeople expire in odd-numbered years. The terms of the remaining four Alderpeople expire in even-numbered years. The term of the Municipal Judge lasts four years. 

 

State Statute requires that individuals seeking election complete:

Declaration of Candidacy, Campaign Registration Statement, and Nomination Papers. These forms are available at the City Clerk's Office or through the Wisconsin Elections Commission. 

 

Individuals interested in running for local office may begin to circulate nomination papers on December 1 of the year preceding the election year. They must obtain not less than 20 and not more than 100 signatures from eligible City electors. Nomination Papers, Declaration of Candidacy and Campaign Registration Statement must be completed and submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday in January of the election year. Although the Declaration of Candidacy is not due until the first Tuesday in January it is recommended that it be filed prior to the circulation of nomination papers.

 

 

Election Paperwork

 

2024 Notice of Spring Election Details

An election will be held in the City of Evansville, on Tuesday, April 2, 2024. The following offices are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed:

 

Office Candidate Declaration of Candidacy Campaign Finance Registration  Nomination Papers Submitted
Mayor Dianne Duggan 12/7/2023

12/7/2023

1/2/2024
Alder. Dist. 1 Cory Neeley 11/14/2023 11/14/2023 12/18/2023
Alder. Dist. 2 Erika C. Stuart 12/22/2023 12/22/2023 1/2/2024
Alder. Dist. 3        
Alder. Dist. 4        
Multi-Jurisdictional Judge Thomas Alisankus (4 yr. term) 12/27/2023 12/27/2023 12/27/2023

 

 

 

 

 


On MyVote you can:

  • Register to vote
  • Request an absentee ballot
  • View your sample ballot
  • Find elected officials information 
  • Get directions to your polling place
 
Got to MyVote  to explore what options this great tool all provides! 

 


 

2024 Election Information - 

Official Notices

 

  • Type A Notice

  • Type B Notice

  • Type D Notice

  • Type E Notice

  • Care Facility Voting:

    • Evansville Manor

    • Kelly House

    • The Heights

  • Voting Machine Testing

  • Sample Ballots

    • ​Aldermanic District 1 (W1-2)

    • Aldermanic District 2 (W3-4)

    • Aldermanic District 3 (W5-6)

    • Aldermanic District 4 (W7-8)

 

Additional Information:

 


 

 

 

The City Clerk's Office is charged with administering all the elections for the residents of Evansville.

Welcome to the City of Evansville Voter Information Section. This page is here to assist you in gaining the information that is needed to vote within the City of Evansville. If you should need any additional information or have any questions regarding voting information, please feel free to call City Clerk, Leah Hurtley at (608) 882-2266 extension 2. 

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Up to date Information on: Absentee Voting Registration Ballot Tracking Voting Hours/Locations What's on My Ballot?

For the year of 2024, the City of Evansville will be switching from paper poll books to electronic poll books called Badger Books. Badger Books are used to check in voters, print tally slips, enter registrations, and record absentee voters. They work just like the paper poll books and voters will still confirm their name and address with poll workers and sign for their printed slip containing their voter number that they will then hand in to get their ballot. The following is a link to a short introductory video:

An Introduction to Badger Books