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Election Information

Elections

2022 Election Schedule
All wards (1,2 & 3) in the Village of North Prairie vote at the Municipal Center located at 130 N. Harrison Street in North Prairie.

Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

NOTICE OF SPRING ELECTION - APRIL 5, 2022

Type E Notice- Click link for more information

Packet and instructions for persons interested in running for a Trustee position in Spring, 2023.

For those that may be seeking election to the North Prairie Village Board this next April, you may pick up your papers for doing so on/or after December 1st of 2022. If you are seeking re-election, those papers are due back to The Village Clerk by 5pm on January 3, 2023. For those not seeking re-election, your filing for non-candidacy is due to the Village Clerk by 5pm December 23, 2022. For any interested parties wishing to be placed on the ballot for either Village Trustee or Village President, the December 1st thru January 3rd time frame also applies. The necessary paperwork can be obtained from The Village Clerk’s Office during the posted hours of operation.

Request an Absentee Ballot at www.myvote.wi.gov

 

February 15, 2022 Primary Election

1. Notice for Voting by Absentee Ballot

State Law only allows for voting in person in the Clerk's Office during the two weeks prior to each election. In person voting will begin on Tuesday, February 1, 2022 for the February Primary Election.

 

April 5, 2022 Spring Election

 

1. Notice for Voting by Absentee Ballot.

State Law only allows for voting in person in the Clerk's Office during the two weeks prior to each election. In-person voting will begin on Tuesday, March 22, 2022 for the April Election.

 

Notice of Voting hours on Election Day

 

 

August 9, 2022 Partisan Primary Election

 

Notice of August 9, 2022 Election

 

 

November 8, 2022 Gubernatorial Election

Polls are OPEN at the Village of North Prairie Village Hall from 7:00 am until 8:00 pm on Tuesday.

NOTICE OF NOVEMBER 8, 2022 GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION

       *Note: Photo ID is required in order to obtain an absentee ballot or to vote at the polls on Election Day as well as to vote absentee in the Clerk's Office based on the Supreme Court ruling made prior to the April 7th, 2015 election.

Acceptable Photo IDs

 

Registering to Vote

If you moved to the Village, changed your name, or moved from an address within the Village to another address within the Village since the last time you voted, you must register to vote.  The Village Clerk's Office is located at 130 N. Harrison Street.  For procedures on how to register to vote and the documents you need, click here.  IMPORTANT: In order to register to vote in the Village of North Prairie, you must have been living in your residence at least 28 days prior to the elction and requires proof of residency. Click here for more information regarding proof of residency.  State law does not allow voter registration on the Monday prior to election day.

 

Voting at the Polls

Elections are held in the Community Room located at the Village Hall, 130 N. Harrison Street.  Polls are open between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.

 

Voting Absentee

If you wish to vote absentee, you must complete, in writing, an Absentee Ballot Application or signed letter and send it to the Village Clerk's Office, 130 N. Harrison Street, North Prairie, WI  53153, or drop it off. A photo ID must accompany the absentee request.  You may either vote in person or have a ballot sent to you if you are already registered.  The last day to apply for an absentee ballot to be mailed to you is 5:00 p.m. on the Thursday prior to the election.  IMPORTANT: Absentee Voting during office hours ends on the Friday prior to each election at 5:00 p.m.  State law does not allow absentee voting on the Monday prior to election day.

 

Election Forms:

Voter Registration - EL 131

Absentee Ballot Application - EL 121

 

Other Election Information

For more information, you may call the Clerk's Office or see the Wisconsin Elections Commission website.

 

The "My Vote Wisconsin" site allows voters to confirm that they are registered to vote, view voter history, and determine where to vote.  It also allows you to view  your sample ballot.

My Vote Wisconsin