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Voting and Election Information

 

The City Clerk's Office is charged with administering all the elections for the residents of Evansville. On this page you should find helpful documents and links to help you register to vote, provide you information on what you need when you vote and how to vote absentee. Polls are open 7:00am - 8:00pm at Creekside Place, Inc, 102 Maple Street, Evansville, WI 53536. 


2020 Election Information

 

April 9, 2020 – Release of Information 

Evansville, WI – City of Evansville, City Clerk’s Office

The 2020 Wisconsin Spring Election and Presidential Primary Vote is one for the record books. On Election Day Creekside Place, 102 Maple Street, was marked with clear "In" and "Out" lanes of traffic, plexiglass barriers were in place, and sanitizer pumps were scattered throughout the room. Marks on the floor helped residents and election officials maintain a six-foot social distance, and voting booths were spread out as well. Those who didn't bring their own pen were given one to use throughout the process and then take home with them.
The City of Evansville had many of their current election officials (poll workers) on hand along with many new faces from Evansville and the surrounding area along with plain-clothed National Guard men and women. Wait times were minimal and safety along with social distancing was a top priority throughout the entire process.
Preliminary vote count In Evansville shows 1,247 absentee ballots were cast and 331 people voted in person. Results will be finalized early next week.
The election would not have been possible without the support and dedication of our community. The City of Evansville would like to extend a huge THANK YOU to all the election officials who made in-person voting possible, to Creekside Place and their employees for sanitizing and opening their facility for our voters, and to the many residents that voted by mail which helped keep the in-person voting line to a minimum. 
There was so much work involved behind the scenes and our appreciation goes out to the employees of Evansville Water & Light for building shield barriers, the Public Works Department for building hand sanitizing stations, election officials for conducting pre-election tasks, and to City Hall staff for holding in-person absentee voting and fielding the unusually high call volume during this time.
We are grateful to the State of Wisconsin and Rock County for their extra supplies including additional personal protective equipment and to the National Guard for filling vacancies on Election Day.
Simply Amazing!

 



Additional Information:

Schedule of Elections: 

Election Date
Type of Election
 
February 18, 2020      
Spring Primary
April 7, 2020
 
Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary         
 
August 11, 2020
 
Partisan Primary
 
November 3, 2020
 
General and Presidential Election

 

Notices: 

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July 1, 2020 City Hall is open to the public. 8am -11:30am and 1:00pm – 4:30pm, To protect the health of the public and staff due to limited space for social distancing we are limiting our front counter services to the most basic of needs.

Meet Our Staff

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Judy Walton

City Clerk

608-882-2266

judy.walton@ci.evansville.wi.gov