Elections FAQs

  • all elections are held at the Elroy City Hall at 1717 Omaha Street
  • any registered voter over the age of 18 is eligible to vote

 How do I vote absentee?


• Voters must first be registered to vote before requesting an absentee ballot (you must show proof of residency for at least 28 days to be able to register to vote).

• Voters are not required to provide any reason to vote on an absentee ballot in Wisconsin

• Absentee ballot requests must go to the municipal clerk in the jurisdiction where the voter lives

• Absentee ballots should be available 30 days before the election, and in-person absentee voting can be carried out in the clerk’s office when they are available

The only exception to voting absentee from a voter’s place of residence is for those voters who may reside temporarily elsewhere, but want to vote from their permanent address. For example, a college student may live in one city for school, but prefer to vote in her or his hometown.


 Where do I vote?

City of Elroy residents vote at the Elroy City Hall located at 1717 Omaha Street.  The polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on election day.  NOTICE:  This is a new polling place as of May 2018.

 How do I find out if I am registered to vote?

To check your voter registration status click here.