Voter Be Prepared! General Election - November 6th (Absentee Ballots, Early Voting & Election Info)


General Election Sample Ballot: Wards 1,8-11
General Election Sample Ballot: Wards 2-7


The 2018 General Election will be held Tuesday, November 6, 2018. The election is for Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State, State Treasurer, U.S. Senator, Representative in Congress, State Senator (odd-numbered districts), and Representatives to the Assembly (all districts). County offices up for election are Sheriff, Clerk of Circuit Court and Coroner (where applicable). 

We are anticipating a heavy turnout for the 2018 General Election and are encouraging our residents to be prepared!  Whether it is requesting an absentee ballot, change of address, or a registration, we are here to help; however we also urge you to use the State of Wisconsin's MyVoteWisconsin website for your voter needs. 

MyVoteWisconsin has made it easy and convenient for you to request an Absentee Ballot by Mail on-line! You may also Register to Vote via MyVoteWisconsin or if you are already registered you can update your name and/or address if need be.  A one-stop shop! As always, you can register to vote or update your voter registration at the polls, however, be prepared for lines and longer than normal wait times. 

We encourage residents wanting to absentee vote by mail to request your Absentee Ballot EARLY to avoid missing strict deadlines for issuing absentee ballots by mail and ensuring your completed absentee ballot reaches us via USPS (or other means) by 8:00pm Tuesday November 6, 2018. 

 Request Absentee Ballot by Mail – On-Line

Military Voters - Absentee Ballot by E-mail

Register to Vote – On-Line (proof of residency must be submitted)

We encourage residents to use MyVoteWisconsin, however, if  you’d like to submit actual paperwork instead (see instructions on each application regarding required supporting documentation that must accompany your application):

 Request Absentee Ballot by Mail – Paper Application

Register to Vote – Paper Application

 Town of Vernon also offers in-person absentee voting at the Clerk’s Office at Town Hall during regular office hours and by appointment two weeks prior to any election.  Sorry, by state statute, no in-person absentee voting or voter registration taken the Monday prior to any election.  

Additional Info: TOV Election Information

Any questions regarding absentee voting or voter registration
in the Town of Vernon: 262-662-2039.