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2022

February 15, 2022 - Spring Primary

April 5, 2022 - Spring Election

August 9, 2022 - Partisan Primary

November 8, 2022 - General Election

Explanation of Referendum Question "Should the Wisconsin State Legislature declare the State of Wisconsin to be a Second Amendment Sanctuary State?

Explanation of Referendum Question "Should marijuana be legalized for adult use, taxed, and regulated like alcohol?"

Notice of Absentee Ballots Issued and Received for the November 8, 2022 General Election

Notice of Absentee Voting to be Administered in Residential Care Facilities for the November 8, 2022 General Election

November 8, 2022 Absentee Board of Canvassers Agenda

November 10, 2022 (November 11, 2022, if needed) Municipal Board of Canvassers Agenda


For a safe and simple way to vote during Covid-19, all voters are encouraged to participate in the upcoming elections by voting absentee by mail. 

To receive a ballot by mail:

  • Requests can be made on myvote.wi.gov
  • By email
  • Send a written request to City Clerk, 625 52nd Street, Kenosha, WI 53140. 

In all instances, you must Include a copy of acceptable photo ID. 

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Visit myvote.wi.gov to:

  • Register to vote
  • View your voter profile
  • Check/update your voter registration status
  • Find your polling place
  • Information on how to obtain an absentee ballot
  • Find out who your elected officials are
  • View a sample ballot

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Have You Registered?

Check your status, or register to vote here: REGISTER

Need to Update Your Address?

Update your name or address here:  UPDATE ADDRESS

More Questions?

At myvote.wi.gov you can:

  • Register to vote
  • View your voter profile
  • Check/update your voter registration status
  • Find your polling place
  • Information on how to obtain an absentee ballot
  • Find out who your elected officials are
  • View a sample ballot

 Prefer to Mail a Paper Registration Form?

Voter_Registration_Form.pdf

Wisconsin law requires that an absentee ballot be mailed by the voter, or delivered in person by the voter, to the City Clerk unless otherwise qualified by law.

(Wis. Stat. § 6.87(4)(b)1)

 

A circuit court has interpreted this law to mean that the use of drop boxes located outside of a municipal building is restricted. Therefore the City of Kenosha has removed all ballot drop boxes.

 

Ballots must be returned by 8:00 pm on election day to be counted. Voters may drop their absentee ballot off in Room 104  of the Kenosha Municipal Building, 625 52nd Street. Or, they may mail their absentee ballot back to the City Clerk’s office. Voters choosing to mail their absentee ballot back should allow enough time for it to be received in the City Clerk’s office by 8:00 pm on Election Day. The post office recommends mailing it seven days in advance.

In Wisconsin you must show a Photo ID in order to receive a ballot. 

Examples of acceptable forms of ID:

  • A Wisconsin DOT-issued license, even if driving privleges are revoked/suspended
  • A Wisconsin DOT-issed ID card
  • Military ID card
  • US Passport book or card
  • Certificate of Naturalization
  • ID issued by a federally recognized Indian Tribe in Wisconsin
  • ID card receipt issued by WIS-DOT (not expired)
  • Veteran Affairs ID card (not expired)

To view acceptable forms of photo ID and more visit http://bringit.wisconsin.gov/

Be prepared before election day. 

Register ahead of time. 

Know your ward. 

If you need to register on election day, fill out your form before you go to your polling place. 

Be sure to go to the right polling place! 

You can find all this information and more, including a sample of your ballot, by visiting myvote.wi.gov

There are over 70 wards in the City of Kenosha.  Polling places may be assigned 2 or more wards. Voters must cast their ballot at the assigned to the ward for the voter’s address. 

http://www.co.kenosha.wi.us/1009/Where-to-Vote

 

DISABILITY ACCESS:
Our polling places have been audited for accessibility.  Nonetheless, voters with health issues, mobility issues, a disability, or difficulty waiting in line may vote from the curb of their polling place. Send someone in to the polling place to notify the poll workers that you are a curbside voter. If you do not have someone to send in to the polling place, contact the Clerk’s Office at  or 262-653-4020 to make arrangements to vote curbside

For federal elections, absentee ballots will be in the mail beginning 47 days before the election. For elections that do not include federal offices, absentee ballots will be in the mail beginning three weeks before Election Day.

Voters may verify their registration, polling place, sample ballot, and absentee ballot status at myvote.wi.gov

The deadline to request an absentee ballot is 5:00 pm the Thursday before the election, but we recommend making your request as early as possible so there is adequate time to mail the ballot back to the Clerk's Office.

2022 General Election

Vote Early In Person

Early Voting will be held at Room 104 of the Municipal Building, 625-52nd Street,

Extended Hours on Wednesdays until 7:00 pm

 - Tuesday through Friday, October 25, 2022 to October 28, 2022, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm (Wednesday to 7:00 pm)

 - Monday through Thursday, October 31, 2022 to November 3, 2022, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm (Wednesday to 7:00 pm)

 - Friday, November 4, 2022,  8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Vote Early by Mail

You may submit an absentee request at myvote.wi.gov (click on Vote Absentee at the top of the website), or you may send a written request that includes:

 - Name
 - City of Kenosha address
 - Address to which the ballot should be mailed
 - Signature
 - Copy of voter ID, if not already on file in Clerk’s Office

Send the request via email to or mail the request to:

City Clerk's Office
625 52nd Street, Room 105
Kenosha, WI 53140

Ballots will be mailed out through the Thursday before the election. Absentee ballots must be received in the Clerk’s Office by 8:00 pm on Election Day. 

 

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