Juneau County, Wisconsin

Election Information




2019 Elections &
Town Caucus

April 2nd   Spring Election
7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Kildare Town Hall

Judicial, School Board
& Local Offices

Sample Ballots

Forms & Applications

 Voter Registration:  State law requires that all voters must be registered. Contact the clerk or download the form .  A valid proof of residence is required.
If registering by mail, be sure to include a copy of your Proof of Residence with the same address that is listed on your application. A WI Driver's license can be used IF your address is correct on the license. If not,  please provide a copy of a bill (in your name) sent to your current address (ie: electric bill) as proof of residence. See the back of the registration form for more valid proof of residence documents.

Absentee Ballot:  A written request and PHOTO ID  is REQUIRED.  Contact the clerk to obtain an official request for absentee ballot form or download the form. You must be a registered voter to receive an absentee ballot. Please allow sufficient time for mailing the request to the clerk and having absentee ballot mailed and returned prior to poll closing. Absentee ballot may be accepted as late as the Friday following the election. Contact the clerk as soon as you  know you'll need one!

If time does not allow mailing, individuals can complete an absentee ballot request in person, as well as cast the absentee ballot, before 5 pm on the Friday before the election at the clerk’s residence. Please call for an appointment- 608-666-2483


Polling Place - Kildare Town Hall
7 a.m. - 8 p.m.


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The Steps To Voting:

1. Be sure you are registered to vote in Kildare. In doubt? Contact Beth or visit

2.  Provide your Acceptable Photo ID to the election officials. You cannot cast your ballot until you provide this ID.

3. Announce your full name and address at the registration table.
    Wis. Statute 6.79(a) requires that election officials ask each voter to state their full name and address before they can assign a voter number. Please understand that they are complying with state law even though they may have known you for years!

4. Sign the Poll Book next to your name.

5. Receive a Voter’s Number.

6. Move to election machine or receive a paper ballot.

7. Cast your ballot!