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REGULARLY SCHEDULED ELECTIONS

Spring Primary - nonpartisan: 
Held 3rd Tuesday in February - s.5.02(22), Stats.

Spring Election - nonpartisan: 

Held 1st Tuesday in April - s.5.02(21), Stats.

 

August Primary - partisan:       

Held 2nd Tuesday in August to nominate candidates for the General Election - s.5.02(18), Stats.


General Election - partisan:     

Held in even-numbered years on the Tuesday after the 1st Monday in November -  s.5.02(5), Stats.

Elections held other than these times are considered “special elections”.  We will get the word out via press releases, the Village website, email notices and signs when there is a special election.  
If you are still unsure of your voting location, please feel free to contact Village Clerk, Eileene Anderson, at 262.843.2313, extension 5674.


ABOUT MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS

Municipal Elections are held in April of each year.  A Primary Election is held in February, only if needed.  The elected Board members of the Village of Salem Lakes consists of seven (7) Village Board of Trustees.  There are six (6) Trustees, serving at large, and a Village Board President, all of whom are elected in a non-partisan election.  All offices are elected to two (2) year terms.  
The Village of Salem Lakes has an elected Municipal Judge.  The term of office for Judge is four (4) years.

Not sure if you are registered to vote, need to register to vote, where you should vote, what ward or school district you are in or you would like to request an absentee ballot?  Check out your information at the MY VOTE WISCONSIN website at:  myvote.wi.gov.

Would you like to see what's on the actual ballot, based on what ward you are in?  Check out your information on myvote.wi.gov - What's On My Ballot

Myvote.wi.gov is not a live site for checking election participation after an election.  Elections are not complete the night that votes are counted and submitted to the county clerks.  Wisconsin clerks work on election reconciliations for weeks after an election.  After this is completed and the election is closed, your voter participation will show online.  This can take up to a month.

More voting information is also available on the Wisconsin Election Commission's website at:  http://elections.wi.gov/

If you would like to receive more information, contact Interim Village Clerk, Shannon Hahn, at 262.843.2313, extension 5708.

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