Election Information

My Vote Wisconsin – Voter Information Center
(Click on the My Vote Wisconsin link to register to vote, check your voter registration status, find your polling place, see what’s on your ballot, request an absentee ballot (military and permanent overseas voters only), and check provisional ballot status.)

2019 Election Dates

Spring Primary: February 19, 2019
Spring Election: April 2, 2019

SAMPLE BALLOT:  Wards 1 – 9

Ward MapCounty District Map

Polling Locations

  • Wards 1 & 2 – Allouez Village Hall, 1900 Libal Street
  • Wards 3 & 4 – Community Center, 2143 S. Webster Avenue
  • Wards 5 & 6 – Green Isle Pavilion, 900 Greene Avenue
  • Wards 7 & 8 – Green Isle Pavilion, 900 Greene Avenue

The polls are open from 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
Click here to find your polling location. 

Voter Registration Information
(Proof of Residence Required)

Voter Registration Information    /  Voter Registration Application
You can register to vote up until the Friday before the election in the clerk’s office or on Election Day.  You must reside at your address for 10 consecutive days to be eligible to vote, and you may no longer use a corroborating witness as proof of residence.  Proof of residence is required when registering. Click here for more information on how to register to vote online. 

Election day, at-the-polls registration is still available for Wisconsin voters, but it’s always better to avoid lines and possible confusion by getting registered ahead of time.

Absentee Voting Information
(Proof of Identification Required)

Nursing Home – Notice of Absentee Voting for November 2018

Absentee Voting Information  /    Application for Absentee Ballot

Reminder: Photo ID is required to receive a ballot.

Check out My Vote Wisconsin– you can register to vote, check your voter registration status, find your polling place, see what’s on your ballot, request an absentee ballot (military and permanent overseas voters only), and check provisional ballot status.

To request an absentee ballot by mail, fill out the absentee request application or send us a letter requesting an absentee ballot (include your name, address, and signature). Photo ID must accompany your request unless you are requesting to be put on the indefinitely confined list, you are in the military, or are permanently overseas. Send your request to the Village Clerk, 1900 Libal Street, Green Bay, WI 54301. 

Please note: 2011 Act 227 prohibits a voter who has voted and returned an absentee ballot from voting at the polling place on Election Day.

If you need to register you will need to provide Proof of Residence.   Click here  for the Voter registration form. 

Note: If you have not voted in four years you may need to register again.

The law prohibits absentee voting and voter registration the Saturday, Sunday or Monday before an election. The deadline for requesting an absentee ballot by mail is the Thursday before each election. Click here for more information on how to request an absentee ballot online. 

Please note:  2011 Act 227 prohibits a voter who has voted and returned an absentee ballot from voting at the polling place on election day.

Military and Overseas Voting Information

Military and Overseas Voters    /   Application for Military or Overseas Electors

Volunteer to help the election process

Become a Poll Worker   /   Election Inspector Application
If you are interested in working as an election inspector or would like more information, please contact our Village Clerk, Debbie at (920) 448-2800 ext. 111 or debbie@villageofallouez.com or Deputy Clerk, Carrie at (920)448-2800 ext. 101 or carrie@villageofallouez.com

Helpful Election Links

Wisconsin Elections CommissionThe Wisconsin Elections Commission is charged with oversight of Wisconsin’s elections.

My Vote Wisconsin Information on voter registration, absentee ballots, polling place locations, and military and overseas voting for registered and non-registered eligible voters in Wisconsin.

Wisvote Voter Data Requests / Voter List Requests

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