Election Dates 2022

Spring Primary Election - February 15, 2022


Voting by Absentee Ballot

Who can vote absentee?

Any registered voter can vote absentee in any election (no reason has to be given). To request a permanent absentee ballot, you must certify that you are indefinitely confined.

How do I get an absentee ballot?

  • Request an absentee ballot from your city, town or village office by mail or phone.
  • In-person early absentee voting is available. Contact your city, town or village office for dates, location and times.

Will my absentee ballot be counted?

Yes, if the envelope is signed by the voter and has a witness signature and address, and the ballot is received no later than the close of Election Day at 8:00 p.m.

Vote Absentee for the 2022 Spring Primary

Tuesday February 15, 2022


Given the public health emergency, state and local election commissions and the League of Women Voters encourage everyone to vote early by absentee ballot. Any Wisconsin voter who is registered to vote can request an absentee ballot.

January 26, 2021: Last day to register by mail and online

February 1, 2021: First day for in person absentee voting at your Municipal Clerk's office or satellite location (early voting) 

February 1, 2021(suggested deadline) February 10, 2021 (statutory deadline): Last date to request an absentee ballot for the Spring Primary

February 11, 2021: Last day to register at your Municipal Clerk's office. No later than COB or 5:00 pm whichever comes later

February 15, 2021: Spring Primary Election

  • You must be registered to vote to request an absentee ballot. Go to https://myvote.wi.gov to register online. The deadline to register online has passed.

  • Request your absentee ballot online at https://myvote.wi.gov. The deadline to request an absentee ballot is October 29. Be prepared to upload a photo of your driver license or other valid photo ID for voting if one is not on file or you do not use the "indefinitely confined" option.

  • Voters who need to register may also do so in person at their municipal clerk's office until the Friday before the election and on Election Day at the polling place.​​​​