Pursuant to Wisconsin State Statutes 5 through 12, the Village of Ashwaubenon will provide efficient and effective election day activity. Residents of Ashwaubenon may register to vote at the Village Clerk office until 5 PM on the Friday before Election Day or, prior to 5 PM on the third Wednesday preceding Election Day, register by mail, register at the Ashwaubenon library or at the high school. On Election Day, residents may register to vote at the polling place. Be sure to provide proper proof of residence. Polling places are open on Election Day from 7 AM through 8 PM.
If you are unable to get to your polling place on Election Day, you can also vote by Absentee Ballot. Requirements for voting absentee include: being 18 years of age; citizen of the US; not a felon or be fully pardoned; registered as a voter; and make application in writing. Select the form at right to obtain the Voter Registration Application and/or an Absentee Ballot Request, complete and return to the Village Clerk office.
Voters in Wards 1 & 2 and 5 & 6
Please note, for the February 16th Spring Primary and April 5th Spring Elections, your polling place is temporarily being moved to the former Ashwaubenon Historical Society building located at 737 Cormier Road.
This temporary change is due to the present Community Center being remodeled for the future home of the Ashwaubenon Historical Society. We apologize for any inconvenience that this change may cause.
2016 Local Election Schedule:
Tuesday, February 16 - Non Partisan Spring Primary - sample ballot (pdf)
Tuesday, April 5 - Non Partisan Spring General
Tuesday, August 9 - Partisan Fall Primary
Tuesday, November 8 - Partisan Fall General Election & Presidential Election
|Village President (4-year then 3-year)
|Trustees, Wards 1-6 (3-year)
|Trustees, Wards 7-12 (3-year)
|Village Clerk/Treasurer (4-year then 3-year)
|Municipal Judge (4-year)
Voter Public Access gives the public a new means of getting information about voter registration, voting history, normal polling place locations, current office holders, and sample ballots for upcoming elections. Voters can look up their polling place and other election-related information on the Internet using a new function available from the state’s voter registration system. It is now available at the following website: http://myvote.wi.gov
Additional Voter Resources