Election Information


Early Voting

Starts two weeks before any Election.  Hours are 9:00am - 4:00pm @ 5621 Town Hall Road, Delavan



Identification Petition Process
Additional IDPP Information

For more detailed information regarding the IDPP, please visit the DMV’s website:

For additional information regarding the IDPP, please visit the WEC’s Bring It to the Ballot website:
http://www.bringitwisconsin.com/ how-do-i-get-free-state-id-card

Press releases issued by the Commission with additional information about the IDPP can also be found here:
Free Photo ID for Voting Now Available with One Trip to DMV

​DMV Offers Overnight Delivery of Free Photo ID Document Near Election


​To register to voter click here: EL-131-fillable or on-line registration, name or address change at myvote.wi.gov.

​The residency requirements: you have to have lived 28 days in the Town of Delavan

  • You can no longer use a corroborating witness
  • Registration ends at 5 p.m...or the close of the business, whichever is later the Friday before Election Day and begins again on Election Day. Registration can not take place on the Saturday, Sunday, or Monday before the election
  • If you do not have proof of residence, you may not register and therefore may not vote

To register to absentee vote click here:  EL-121-fillable  or on-line registration at myvote.wi.gov.​

  • In person absentee voting begins approximately two weeks before the election
  • In person absentee voting ends at 5 p.m...or the close of the business, whichever is later, the Friday before election day
  • No in person absentee voting can take place on Saturday, Sunday, or Monday before the election
  • If you fail to return any absentee ballots mailed; your name will be discontinued from the absentee ballot mailing list

Election Day

​Polling Hours: 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.

When you come to vote, you will be asked...

If you are not registered to vote:

  • Go to the Registration Table
  • Show your proof of residency
  • Acceptable Proof of Residency
    • WI Drivers License or WI ID Card
    • WI Drivers or State ID Receipt
    • An employee ID card with a photo graph, but not a business card
    • A real estate tax bill or receipt for the current your of the year preceding the date of the election
    • A residential lease
    • A Picture ID from a university, college or technical college coupled with a fee receipt
    • A Utility Bill for the period commencing not earlier than  90 days before the day the registration is made
    • (Homeless voter only) A letter form an organization that provides services to the homeless that identifies the voter and describes the location designated as the persons residence for voting purposes
    • A bank statement
    • A paycheck
    • A check or other document issued by a unit of government

If you are registered – or once you are registered:

  • Announce your name and address
    • Show your picture ID
    • Acceptable forms of Proof of ID are:
      • A certificate of naturalization that was issued no earlier than two years before the date of an election at which it is presented
      • A driver license receipt issued by Wisconsin DOT (valid for 45 days)
      • An identification card receipt issued by Wisconsin DOT (valid for 45 days)
      • An identification card issued by a federally recognized Indian Tribe in Wisconsin
      • Citation Notice
      • Must be within last 60 days to be valid
      • A photo identification card issued by a Wisconsin accredited University or College that contains the following:
        • Date of Issuance
        • Signature of Student
        • Expiration date no later than two years after date of issuance
        • The University or College ID must be accompanied by a separate document that proves enrollment
  • Sign the poll list. If you do not claim to be physically disabled and refuse to sign the poll list, you will not be issued a ballot by the election inspectors
  • Your voter number and ballot will be issued after the poll list has been signed

If you are interested in being a Election Inspector and are a resident of the Town of Delavan please contact the Town Clerk.  Qualifications for an Elections Inspector are as follows:

  • Read, Write and Understand the English Language
  • Must be a qualified elector of the county

If you are a high school student and are interested in being an Elections Inspector the qualifications are:​

  • The age of 16 or 17
  • A resident of Town of Delavan
  • Have a 3.0 grade point average or equivalent
  • Have permission from your parents and school

To register to voter click here: EL-131-fillable  or on-line registration at myvote.wi.gov.

Every other year in an odd years the WEC does house cleaning on electors that have not voted in the past four years. If you are one of those residents that have not voted in the past four years and did not return your Application for Continuation of Registration Post Card back to the Municipal Clerk - the WEC may have removed your name from the voting list and you must re-register for your name to reappear on the voter list.

The new voting changes were made by your Congressmen and State Representatives and then signed by the current Governor.

If you have any questions any time. Please call or email during normal business hours.


Kristy Mc Christy

Town of Delavan
5621 Town Hall Road
Delavan, WI 53115

Phone: (262) 728-3471
Email: [email protected]


General information for local government candidacy: http://elections.wi.gov/candidates/local/non-partisan

The following links provide you with the necessary forms, to be filed with the Town Clerk.

CF-1 - Registration Statement

EL-162 - Declaration of Candidacy

EL-169 - Nomination papers for nonpartisan office