TOWN OF OSHKOSH, Winnebago County, Wisconsin.
Important! Please confirm that you are contacting the correct municipal clerk for voter registration and absentee voting. To quickly find this information, search by your address, visit MyVote.wi.gov website.
ELECTION DAY is Tuesday, April 6, 2021, for the Spring Election.
Polling Place: Town Hall, 230 E Cty Rd Y, Oshkosh WI 54901
Polling Place Hours: 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Ballot styles in this election differ by the school district you live in. Link to view ballot below:
Register In-Person with Clerk, by appointment, 920-235-7771
Register at the Polling Place on Election Day, 7am to 8pm
Update your registration if you have a name change or address change online, mailed, or in-person.
Timeline and deadline dates when registering to vote, learn more.
Having difficulties and need assistance or have questions? Call the town clerk 920-235-7771.
Apply Online for an Absentee Ballot mailed to you. My Vote Wisconsin website: https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/. Click on Vote Absentee. Photo ID upload will be required if you don’t already have one on file with the clerk.
Witness Requirements for mailed or dropped off ballots: Every absentee ballot is required to have the voter signature, date, witness signature and witness address on the return envelope in order to be counted. State law requires that the voter must show their unmarked ballot to their witness prior to marking their ballot in their presence (Wis. Stat. §6.87(2)). The witness then signs the certification indicating the proper voting procedure has been followed. If a ballot has not been voted in the presence of the witness, a witness cannot certify that the unmarked ballot was shown to them. The voter should request a replacement ballot from their municipal clerk in these situations.
In-Person Absentee Voting period. The period begins Tuesday, March 23, 2021 until April 2, 2021, conducted at the clerk’s home office. You will remain in your vehicle while the process is conducted. Call to schedule an appointment at 920-235-7771 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Further instructions will be provided at that time.
A common misunderstanding: in-person voted ballots, also known as “early voting”, is an absentee ballot that is NOT opened and counted until Election Day.
Return Absentee Delivery Methods
- USPS mail, 1st class postage stamp adhered to the return envelope.
- Hand-deliver to clerk, contact clerk.
- Drop-off Box, instructions are provided along with your mailed absentee ballot.