CD7 Curbside Voting Information

- May 12 Congressional Election -

ALL Absentee Ballots must be returned by 8PM on Election Day


Polls close at 8pm. Some municipalities may have earlier deadlines for curbside or ballot drop-off, as indicated below.

QUESTIONS:  Call our Voter Assistance Hotline: 608-336-3232


Ashland County

Ashland:

Curbside: Call to make appt for curbside – 715-682-7071, and they will come out to people’s cars. Bring photo ID (drivers license, pass port – approved) if registered to vote. If not registered, need to bring proof of address. No need for handicap sticker.

Ballot Drop-offUtility drop box outside Ashland city hall for absentee ballots. Locked metal box – on 601 Main street. Get in by election day by 8pm, Ashland

In-person Early VotingAll in-person early voting is curbside. Ends Friday 5/8. On Monday – Wednesday, early voting are open from 8 – 4pm. On Thursday – Friday, early voting is open from 8AM – 5pm during the week.

ClerkDenise Oliphant, 715-682-7071

Mellen:

Curbside: Can do curbside but would have to call and make appt. No need for handicap sticker.

Ballot Drop-off: Locked drop box for absentee ballots in front of city hall. 102 East Bennet, Mellen, WI

In-person Early Voting:If do not have absentee ballot, you can call and make appt to come in. Bring photo ID.

Clerk: Connie Iacobello, 715-274-2136

Barron County

Barron:

Curbside: Do not need a handicap sticker. Just available for election day.

Ballot Drop-off: Front of Barron City Hall at 1456 East Lasalle ave. During weekday – little box inside front door. After hours to right of the City Hall door.

In-person Early Voting: Early voting closes on May 8th. The hours are 7:30am – 4:30pm.

Clerk: Kelly Rasmussen, 715-537-5631, Krasmussen@barronwi.us

Chetek:

Curbside: Just for infirmed/handicap on election

Ballot Drop-off: No ballot box; need to mail in.

In-person Early Voting: Can vote early in person by appt. Must call.

Clerk: Carmen Newman, 715-682-7071, cnewman@cityofchetek-wi.gov

Cumberland:

Curbside: On election day, come in car & call city hall. No handicap sticker needed.

Ballot Drop-off: No ballot drop box. Can bring to city hall week of 5/4 to drop off, please knock on door between 8 – 4:30pm

In-person Early Voting: Every day – knock on door let people in one at at time. week of 5/4 only 8 – 4:30pm

Clerk: Julie Kessler, 715-822-2752, clerk@cityofcumberland.net

Rice Lake:

Curbside: Curbside voting is available for voters, do not need a handicapped sticker on the car

Ballot Drop-off: Drop box at city hall. 8pm cutoff on election night

In-person Early Voting:

Clerk: Kathleen Morse, 715-234-7088, kmorse@ricelakegov.org

Stanley:

Clerk: Jim Hessel, 715-458-3271, tstanleyclerk@chibardun.net

Bayfield County

Bayfield:

Curbside: Curbside will be available if necessary

Ballot Drop-off: Payment box outside of city hall using temporarily as absentee ballot drop off. 8pm cutoff on election day

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Billie Hoopman, 715-779-5712 x223, cityclerk@cityofbayfield.com

Washburn:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off: One at the door to city hall. Cutoff at 8pm

In-person Early Voting: Open week of May 4 at city hall

Clerk: Scott J. Kluver, 715-373-6160 ext4, washburnadmin@cityofwashburn.org

Burnett County

Curbside and Drive-thru Voting

No information available at this time.

Ballot Drop-off

No information available at this time.

Chippewa County

Bloomer:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off: Yes for ballots and applications. Leave outside the city hall office.

In-person Early Voting: 8-4:30, M-F at window.

Email Ballot: Yes, email: sfrion@ci.bloomer.wi.us.

Clerk: Carmen Newman, 715-682-7071, cnewman@cityofchetek-wi.gov

Cornell:

Curbside: Yes. Call in advance.

Ballot Drop-off: Outside city office

In-person Early Voting: 8-4:30, M-F, ends 5/8.

Clerk: David DeJongh, 715-239-3710, CityOffice@cityofcornell.com

Stanley:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off: City Hall, drive-through.

In-person Early VotingDrive-through, 8-5, M-F

Clerk: Cyndi Bergman, 715-644-5758, clerk@stanleywisconsin.us

Clark County

Abbotsford:

Curbside: If requested, must call ahead of time. No handicap sticker required

Ballot Drop-offCity Hall 203 N.First Street. Drop box inside door of city hall 9 – 5pm M – F

In-person Early VotingAvailable the week of 5/4 at 203 N.First Street. Hours: 9 – 5pm M- F

Clerk: Louella Luedtke, 715-223-3444

Colby:

Curbside: If requested, must call ahead of time. No handicap sticker required

Ballot Drop-offCity Hall 211 W. Spence. Drop box outside right side on wall – cream colored not big so if fill may be hard to use- 24/7. ALSO Mail slot available M-F 8 – 4pm inside front door.

In-person Early VotingWeek of 5/4 located at 211 W. Spence from 8 – 4pm

ClerkConnie Gurtner/Theline Ludwig, 715-223-4435/7151223-3031, clerk@cityofcolby.org

Greenwood:

Curbside: Day of election only, call office so they can meet you.

Ballot Drop-offCity Hall 201 S. Main, Drop box left side of door open 24/7

In-person Early VotingWeek of 5/4 201 S. Main from 8 – 4:30pm

ClerkKayla Schar, 715-267-6205, kschar@greenwoodwi.com

Loyal:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

ClerkShannon Toufar, 715-255-8772, stoufar@loyalwi.com

Neillsville:

Curbside: If requested, must call ahead of time. No handicap sticker required

Ballot Drop-offCity Hall located at 118 West Fifth. Box out side door open 24/7

In-person Early VotingWeek of 5/4 118 West Fifth 8 – 4pm

ClerkRex Roehl, 715-743-2105, clerk@neillsville-wi.com

Owen:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

ClerkCarol Devine, 715-229-2404, owenclerk@cityofowen.com

Thorp:

Curbside: If requested, must call ahead of time. No handicap sticker required

Ballot Drop-offCity Hall 300 West Prospect Box located between the curb & parking lot front open 24/7

In-person Early VotingBy appt. Week of 5/4 between Monday and Friday the hours are 8 – 4:30

ClerkMichele Pogodzinski, 715-669-5371, deputyclerk@cityofthorp.com

Curtiss:

Curbside: If requested on election day only. Must call ahead of time: poll worker # 715-321-5062. Held at community center. 1107 Meridian No handicap sticker required

Ballot Drop-offCity Hall 915 Meridian, City Hall is behind the post office; there is a little white box they can drop ballot in 24/7

In-person Early Voting5/4 Mon & 5/6 Wed 9 – 4pm no appt. needed

ClerkMegan Zoellick, 715-223-6226,

Dorchester:

Curbside: None

Ballot Drop-offCity Hall 250 Clarkside Dr. To left of main door 24/7

In-person Early VotingBy appt. Week of 5/4 Monday through Thursday the hours are 8:30 – 4:00

ClerkBrooke Bruesewitz, 715-654-5006, dvcval@tds.net

Granton:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

ClerkJoye Eicht, 715-238-7339

Unity:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

ClerkHeidi Maldonis, 715-223-4362, unityclerk@nmadison.net

Withee:

Curbside: If requested, must call ahead of time. No handicap sticker required

Ballot Drop-offCity Hall 511 Divison Street; 24/7 open; use water payment box on side of building facing pharmacy as a ballot drop box

In-person Early VotingBy appt. Call clerk – Meet outside bring own pen & drivers license. Week of 5/4 Monday through Friday

ClerkEllen Niemi, 715-229-4319,

Beaver:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

ClerkKirk Haslow, 715-255-8812

Butler:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

ClerkJanice Krzyzanowski, 715-669-5004

Douglas County

Amnicon:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Gary Kane, (218) 391-9134, info@townofamnicon.com

Cloverland:

Curbside: Call clerk and she can arrange for you to do curbside at the office or her house

Ballot Drop-off: No box but you can let her know and put it in her home mailbox

In-person Early Voting: By appointment

Email BallotYes, email clerk

Clerk: Phyllis Massier, (715) 364-2315, twncloverland@yahoo.com

Gordon:

Curbside: Yes, but at request (call ahead). No sticker required.

Ballot Drop-off:Yes, right by the front door of the town hall. Open 24/7, checked daily.

In-person Early Voting: Yes, M/W/F 8:30-2:30

Clerk: Stephanie James, (715) 718-1714, gordontowndouglas@yahoo.com

Hawthorne:

Curbside: No

Ballot Drop-offNo

In-person Early VotingCall to make an appointment

Email BallotCan email ballots

Clerk: Debra Wermter, (715) 374-3641 Cell: (218) 591-1080, DEWermter68@yahoo.com

Lake:

Curbside: Yes. No sticker required. Anytime all day election day.

Ballot Drop-off: Yes, dropbox on the auditorium. Open and secure 24/7. Checked at beginning and end of day.

In-person Early Voting: Yes, in-person absentee through Sunday. By appointment.

Clerk: Daisha Nolan, (715) 374-3101, dnolan@villagelakenebagamon.com

Oakland:

Curbside: Yes. No sticker needed

Ballot Drop-offPut them in mailbox for clerk that is down the drive in front of town hall

In-person Early VotingCall to make an appointment

Email BallotOnly military and overseas

Clerk: Laurie Dolsen, (715) 399-0206, townofoakland@centurytel.net

Parkland:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early VotingBy appt. Week of 5/4 between Monday and Friday the hours are 8 – 4:30

Clerk: Marianne Granquist, (715) 817-0848, townofparkland@gmail.com

Summit:

Curbside: Yes, curbside. No sticker needed. All day on E-Day.

Ballot Drop-off: No.

In-person Early Voting: By appointment

Email Ballot: Clerk can email people ballots

Clerk: Marie Zuchowski, (715) 399-2770, townofsummit@centurytel.net

Superior:

Curbside: Make appointment. Election day & 5/6-& 5/8 Noon to 4; 1316 North 14th Street

Ballot Drop-off: In front of government center. 1316 North 14th street 24/7. The clerk checks it right before 8pm

In-person Early Voting: Week of 5/4 M- F 8 – 4:30

Email Ballot: Can email ballot – call to discuss

Clerk: Terri Kalan, 715-395-7200, kalant@ci.superior.wi.us

Forest County

Crandon:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Cindy Bradley, ccrandon@newnorth.net

Florence County

Florence:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Shelley, 715-528-3595, svanpembrook@florwi.org, Office hours 8-3:30

Iron County

Hurley:

Clerk: Stacey Wiercinski, 715-561-4716

Montreal:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Susan Lesky, 715-561-4955, citymontreal@yahoo.com

Langlade County

Antigo:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Kaye Matucheski, 715-623-3633, kmatucheski@antigo-city.org

Lincoln County

Bradley:

Curbside: On request.

Ballot Drop-offNo.

In-person Early VotingMonday – Thurs, 8-12:30

Email Ballot: Yes, if you email tosb@frontier.com by Thursday, 5/7

Clerk: Kari Kiser, 715-453-3326

City of Merrill:

Curbside: On request

Ballot Drop-offYes, deposit box on side of city building.

In-person Early VotingNo longer available

Email Ballot: Email

Clerk: Kay Tautges, 715-536-4383 tom.clerk.treasurer@frontier.com

Town of Merrill:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Kaye Matucheski, 715-623-3633, kmatucheski@antigo-city.org

City of Tomahawk:

Curbside: Yes on election day, no sticker needed.

Ballot Drop-offYes, inside city hall

In-person Early VotingBy appointment.

Email Ballot: Yes if drivers license on file.

Clerk715-453-4040, deputyclerk@cityoftomahawk.com

Town of Tomahawk:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Jesse Hoffman, 715-254-4651, jessejhoffmantot@yahoo.com

Marathon County

Kronenwetter:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-offRight now we have a locked collection box outside. When traffic is a little heavier we have a separate box; do that closer to election.

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Cindra Falkowski, 715-693-4200, ext. 111

 

Maine:

Curbside: Yes, no sticker needed.

Ballot Drop-off: Lock box on outside of city building

In-person Early Voting: Through Sat the 9th, by appointment only.

Clerk: Cindy Bailey, 715-675-5607 or 715-573-3573, clerk@villageofmaine.org

Marshfield:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off:

In-person Early Voting

Clerk:Deb Hall (Jessica Schiferl, deputy), 715-384-7831

City of Mosinee:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Bruce Jamroz, 715-693-1324, clerks@mosinee.wi.us

Town of Mosinee:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Bill Bruening, 715-693-3373, tmosinee@mtc.net

Rib Mountain:

Curbside: Yes by request.

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting: 8-4:30 through Friday 5/8

Clerk: Joanne Ruechel, 715-842-0983, jruechel@townofribmountain.org

Rothschild:

Curbside: Yes by request.

Ballot Drop-offInside

In-person Early Voting: 8-4:30

Clerk: Gary Olsen, 715-359-3660, golsen@rothschildwi.com

Schofield:

Curbside: On request.

Ballot Drop-off: Yes, outside.

In-person Early Voting:10-3, through Friday 5/8

Email Ballot: Yes, by Friday at 5.

Clerk: Lisa Quinn, 715-359-5230, lquinn@cityofschofield.org

Stettin:

Curbside: Yes call on election day.

Ballot Drop-off: Yes, outside.

In-person Early Voting: 5/5 9-11, 5/7 9-11, 5/8 1-3

Email Ballot: Yes but need photoID on file to send via email

Clerk: Marlo Turner, 715-571-1480, townofstettin.wi@gmail.com

Wausau:

Curbside: Available if needed

Ballot Drop-off: One right in front of city hall, one right across from the post office in downtown. We check those boxes every hour throughout the day.

In-person Early Voting:

Clerk: Leslie Kremer, 715-261-6620, clerk@ci.wausau.wi.us

Weston:

Curbside: Not set up for EV, but available on election day

Ballot Drop-off: Drop box for absentee ballots at Weston Municipal Center. As long as it’s here by 8pm on eleciton day it will be counted

In-person Early VotingWill begin on May 4, through May 8. 8am to 4:30pm, M-Th, Fri 8-5

Clerk: Sherry Weinkauf, 715-241-2626, sweinkauf@westonwi.gov

Oneida County

Crescent:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Tracy Hartman, 715-499-0500, gth7400@gmail.com

 

Minocqua:

Curbside: Does not require handicapped sticker. Would allow someone who felt they were unable to vote in person due to COVID risk to vote curbside.

Ballot Drop-off: No drop box now. If she sends out AB, tells them option to mail, take to library drop box or bring to town hall.

In-person Early Voting: Yes. by appt only. Hours are MWF 10-2. But they can accommodate requests for other times. Building closed but clerk is there.

Email Ballot: Yes

Clerk: Roben Haggart, 715-356-5296, clerk@townofminocqua.org

Newbold:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off:

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Kim Gauthier, 715-362-1092, kgauthier@newboldtown.com

Pelican:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Mike Ring, 715-369-0478, pelicanclerk@gmail.com

Pine Lake:

Curbside: Does not require handicapped sticker.

Ballot Drop-offDrop box will be on her porch starting Thursday 9-6 through Mon at 5; will have drop box on election day at polling place

In-person Early VotingYes by appt since it’s at her home. She watches through the window to witness.

Email Ballot: Yes

Clerk: Cindy Skinner, 715-362-6071, clerk@townofpinelake.com

Rhinelander:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-offDrop box on the back side of the building. They can put their ballots there, or we have postage paid return.

In-person Early Voting11am to 2pm by appointment.

Clerk: Valerie Foley, 715-365-8600, vfoley@rhinelandercityhall.org

Three Lakes:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Susan Harris, 715-546-3316, townclerksue@townofthreelakes.com

Woodruff:

Curbside: No. Are not allowed to ask why they want curbside.

Ballot Drop-offDrop box at town hall; 24/7 outdoors until close of voting Tuesday.

In-person Early VotingYes. By appt at town hall until Friday 5 pm. Staff is there, but need to call to be let into building

Email Ballot: Yes

Clerk: Julie Huotari, 715-356-9421, clerk@townofwoodruff.org

Polk County

Amery:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Patty Bjorklund, 715-260-3411, Patty.bjorklund@amerywi.gov

St. Croix Falls:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Rosita Leggit, 715-483-3929, clerk@cityofstcroixfalls.com

Alden:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting:

Clerk: Chris Genung, 715-248-7859, alden@townofalden.com

Lincoln:

Village of Osceola:

Town of Osceola:

Price County

Park Falls:

Curbside: Voters have the option but they must contact first, establish a specific time. They need a handicapped sticker if they park in handicapped

Ballot Drop-offThere is a drop box on the south entrance of the City Hall building. It’s open 24/7

In-person Early Voting: Certain dates on FB and in newspaper. May 8, 11;00-12. 1:00-2. Then they must call first, but available til 5:00

Email Ballot: Voters can send a request for an email ballot. Thursday the 7th is the last day.

Clerk: Brentt Michalek, 715-762-2436, admin@cityofparkfalls.com

Phillips:

Curbside: Yes. At side parking lot or on the street. Can call first, but don’t have to. Voters should honk their horn.

Ballot Drop-off: No ballot drop box. But there is a safe deposit box they can drop their ballot in. It’s to the left of the front door. There are signs on the door indicating. available 24/7

In-person Early Voting: In person still good monday – friday 8am-4:30. Ends Friday may 8 5pm. A ballot can be mailed thru May 7

Email Ballot: They can email ballot, but if the voter can’t print on the correct size paper., (which is often the case), they have a process where they “remake the ballot” in the correct format for scanners.

Clerk: Shelby Procnow, 715-339-3125, clerk@cityofphillips.com

Rusk County

Ladysmith:

Curbside: They do have curbside. They should call first. They should honk their horn when they come out

Ballot Drop-off: There is a drop box at entrance to city hall

In-person Early Voting: They are open from 8-5. They should call first to make an appointment. She is behind a window.

Email Ballot: Yes it is an option. The last day a ballot can be mailed is Thursday. The last day they can vote in person. But if someone requested a ballot to be emailed Friday, clerk would email it to them, because they would be able to return it by the 12th.

Clerk: Shari Kavanagh, 715-532-0564, skavanagh@cityofladysmithwi.com

St. Croix County

Baldwin:

Curbside: No

Ballot Drop-offYes, 24/7

In-person Early VotingBusiness hours through Friday

Email BallotYes

Clerk: Tracy Carlson, 715-684-3426 x 116, tracy@villageofbaldwin.com

Glenwood:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: Shari Rosenow, 715-265-4227, cityclerk@glenwoodcitywi.com

Hammond:

Curbside: No

Ballot Drop-offDrop box available 24/7 (same one for utility payments)

In-person Early VotingAny time in business hours, can call or ring the bell

Email BallotYes

Clerk: Sandi Hazer, 715-796-2727

City of Hudson:

Curbside: Available upon request

Ballot Drop-offDrop box right at front door–utility drop box

In-person Early VotingFor the May 12th Election, in-person absentee voting is by appointment only. Appointment times are as listed below. To make an appointment, call 715-386-4765. Monday, May 4th – 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM Thursday, May 7th – 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Friday, May 8th – 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Clerk: Becky Eggen, 715-716-5748, cityclerk@hudsonwi.gov

Town of Hudson:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Email Ballot: 

Clerk

New Richmond:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

ClerkMichelle Scanlan, 715-246-4268, mscanlan@newrichmondwi.gov

North Hudson:

Curbside: No requirement for handicapped sticker but have to be unable to vote.

Ballot Drop-offDrop box in the entry to village hall is available 24/7 and will be until end of voting on ED

In-person Early VotingDoing 2 hours today and Thursday & Friday 3-5

Email Ballot: Yes. If they send all the information required including photo ID.

Clerk: Melissa Luedke, 715-386-5141

River Falls:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Email Ballot: 

ClerkAmy White, 715-426-3408

Somerset:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-offDrop box by front door. On ED, hand to poll worker

In-person Early VotingDoing walk ins every day until Friday at 5. Good if you call, but not required.

Clerk: Jeri Koester/Felicia Germain, 715-247-3470/ 715-247-3395, townclerk@townofsomersetwi.com

St. Joseph:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting

Clerk: 715-549-6235, clerk@townofstjoseph.com (Clerk avail Tues & Wed 8-3 and Thurs 12-6)

Star Prairie:

Curbside: No

Ballot Drop-offYes, available 24/7

In-person Early VotingBy appt until Friday at 5

Email Ballot: Yes. Can pick up AB request outside building and return with photo ID.

Clerk: 715-248-7231, clerk@villageofstarprairie.com

Troy:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off:

In-person Early Voting

ClerkGail Anderson, 715-425-2665, towntroy@baldwin-telecom.net, Clerk office hours M-Th 9 to 12:30

 

Taylor County

City of Medford:

Curbside: Can drive up and request curbside, person at door will help arrange

Ballot Drop-offDrop box at City Hall, will check box up to 8pm on Election Day

In-person Early Voting8-4:30 M-Th; 8-5 Fri in clerk’s office

Clerk: Virginia Brost, 715-748-4321, vbrost@medfordwi.us

Town of Medford:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting:

Clerk: Diane Maar, 715-748-4236, contact through website townofmedfordwi.com

Vilas County

Eagle River:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting:

Clerk

Lac du Flambeau:

Curbside: Only if disabled and can’t make it in.

Ballot Drop-offNo drop box

In-person Early VotingOne in and one out at a time.

Clerk: Nancy Edwards, 715-588-3358, ldfclerk@frontier.com

Arbor Vitae:

Curbside: No

Ballot Drop-offThere’s no drop box but there is a post office mailbox for the city and they can put their ballots in there up until 8 on Election Day

In-person Early VotingMonday through Friday the week of May 4th. Monday through thursday 10-1. Friday 10-3

Clerk: Mary Reuland, 715 356-3120, townofav@frontier.com

Town of Lincoln:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting:

Clerk

Washburn County

Shell Lake:

Curbside: Anyone who requests it can get it

Ballot Drop-offAt front of city hall, 24/7

In-person Early VotingOffice hours

ClerkAndrew Eiche, 715 468-7679

Spooner:

Curbside:

Ballot Drop-off

In-person Early Voting:

ClerkPatricia Parker, 715-635-8769, p.parker@cityofspooner.org

Wood County

Pittsville:

Curbside: Call if need assistance. Close voting until each curbside vote done.

Ballot Drop-offDrop box at office

In-person Early VotingDuring office hours, daily 8-12, 1-4 Wed. 12-7: Photo id, vote ballot, seal and sign, witnessed there,. Drive-up window now. Election day, photo id, etc.

ClerkTami Hahn, 715-884-2422, cofpitts@tds.net

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