Voting and Election Info

Voting and Election Info - April 5, 2022 - 458 Voters


JUDICIAL -     

Court of Appeals Judge District 4:

            Brian Blanchard - 340

            Write-In - 2 

COUNTY –

County Supervisor District 25:

            Kenneth Gerhardt – 192

            Write-In – 2

County Supervisor District 26:

            Doris Bakker – 172

            Write-In – 3

 MUNICIPAL –

MAYOR:

            Diane L. Murphy – 166

            Dewey Poeschel – 280

            Write-in - 3

 Alderperson District 3:

            Barbara Petkovsek - 93

            Write-In - 1

Alderperson, District 4:

Joe Neville – 55

Write-In – 1

SCHOOL DISTRICT –

Neillsville School Board Member At Large:

            Sue Voigt - 373

            Peggy Grap - 377

            Write-In - 12

Sample Ballots: W1 April 2022 Sample Ballot, W2 April 2022 Sample Ballot, W3 April 2022 Sample Ballot, W4 April 2022 Sample Ballot, W5 April 2022 Sample Ballot

Special Voting Deputies will be at the Neillsville Retirement Community, 1211 Lloyd Street, Tuesday, March 29, 2022 at 9:00 A.M.  If needed, the same  schedule will be used on Wednesday, March 30, 2022.

Voter Photo Identification Law


How do I know what ward I live in?
The City of Neillsville is made up of five voting wards. To determine the ward in which you live, check out the  Ward Map Update 2021

Where do I go to vote?
All voters in the City of Neillsville vote at City Hall, located at 106 W. Division Street.

Election hours: 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m

To track your voter history, please visit: https://myvote.wi.gov/

State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board

The State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board has all the forms available for download at their web site. Below are links to some of the most requested forms.

Additional Absentee Ballot Requests

Additional Voter Registration Applications