Voting and Election Info

Voting and Election Info


General Election - November 6, 2018

STATEWIDE:

GOVERNOR / LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR-

            Scott Walker / Rebecca Kleefisch (Republican) -503

            Tony Evers / Mandela Barnes (Democratic) - 406 

            Phillip Anderson / Patrick Baird - 2

            Michael J. White / Tiffany Anderson (Wisconsin Green) - 11

            Maggie Turnbull / Wil Losch (Independent) - 6

            Arnie Enz / No Candidate (The Wisconsin Party) - 0

 

ATTORNEY GENERAL –

            Brad Schimel (Republican) - 479

            Josh Kaul (Democratic) - 418

            Terry Larson (Constitution) - 20

 

SECRETARY OF STATE –

            Jay Schroeder (Republican) - 440

            Doug La Follette (Democratic) - 465

           

STATE TREASURER –

            Travis Hartwig (Republican) - 449

            Sarah Godlewski (Democratic) - 419

            Andrew Zuelke (Constitution) - 25

 

 CONGRESSIONAL:

 UNITED STATES SENATOR –

            Leah Vukmir (Republican) - 431

            Tammy Baldwin (Democratic) - 497

 

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS DISTRICT 7

            Sean P. Duffy (Republican) - 546

            Margaret Engebretson (Democratic) - 358

            Ken Driessen (Independent, Direct Participatory Democracy) - 11

            Write-in - 1

 

STATE SENATOR DISTRICT 23 –

            Kathy Bernier (Republican) - 519

            Chris Kapsner (Democratic) - 392

 

REPRESENTATIVE TO THE ASSEMBLY DISTRICT 69

            Bob Kulp (Republican) - 695

            Kathleen Rulka - 54

            Write-in - 14

 

COUNTY:

 SHERIFF –

            Scott Haines (Republican) - 784

 

CORONER –

            Richard J. Schleifer (Republican) - 774

 

CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURT –

            Heather Bravener (Democratic) - 698

 

REFERENDUM

Should the State of Wisconsin legalize the use of marijuana for medical purposes and regulate its use in the same manner as other prescription drugs?

            YES - 645

            NO - 259

 

Sample Ballots:Ward 1, Ward 2, Ward 3, Ward 4, Ward 5

Voter Photo Identification Law


How do I know what ward I live in?
The City of Neillsville is made up of five voting wards. To determine the ward in which you live, check out the City of Neillsville Ward Map

Where do I go to vote?
All voters in the City of Neillsville vote at City Hall, located at 118 W. Fifth Street (just west of the gazebo).

Election hours: 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m

To track your voter history, please visit: https://myvote.wi.gov/

State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board

The State of Wisconsin Government Accountability Board has all the forms available for download at their web site. Below are links to some of the most requested forms.

Additional Absentee Ballot Requests

Additional Voter Registration Applications