2014 Election Dates
February 18, 2013
April 1, 2013
August 12, 2013
November 4, 2013
Register to vote:
To register to voter click here: GAB-131-fillable or on-line registration at myvote.wi.gov
The residency requirements has changed from 10 days to 28 days living in the Town of Delavan
You can no longer use a corroborating witness
Registrations ends at 5 p.m.... or the close of the business, whichever is later the Friday before Election Day and begins again on Election Day. Registration can not take place on the Saturday, Sunday, or Monday before the election
If you do not have proof of residence, you may not register and therefore may not vote
Absentee Vote Registration:
To register to absentee vote click here: GAB-121-fillable or on-line registration at myvote.wi.gov
In person absentee voting begins the third Monday (two weeks) before the election
In person absentee voting ends at 5 p.m.... or the close of the business, whichever is later, the Friday before election day
No in person absentee voting can take place on Saturday, Sunday, or Monday before the election
If you fail to return any absentee ballots mailed; your name will be discontinued from the absentee ballot mailing list
Voting Location: Town of Delavan Community Park, 1220 South Shore Drive, Corner of South Shore Drive and Hwy 50
Polling Hours: 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
When you come to vote you will be asked . . .
To announce your name and address
Show your identification - Acceptable Photo ID's
WI Drivers License or WI ID Card
WI Drivers or State ID Receipt
US Passport Book or Card
US Uniformed Services ID
University or College ID
Certificate of Naturalization
To sign the poll list. If you do not claim to be physically disabled and refuse to sign the poll list, you will not be issued a ballot by the election inspectors
Your voter number and ballot will be issued after the poll list is signed
Interested in being an Election Inspector (poll-worker)
If you are interested in being a Election Inspector and are a resident of the Town of Delavan please contact the Town Clerk. Qualifications for an Elections Inspector are as follows:
Read, Write and Understand the English Language
Must be a qualified elector of the county
If you are a high school student and are interested in being an Elections Inspector the qualifications are:
The age of 16 or 17
A resident of Town of Delavan
Have a 3.0 grade point average or equivalent
Have permission from your parents and school
To run for office:
General information for local government candidacy: http://gab.wi.gov/elections-voting/candidates/local
The following links provide you with the necessary forms, to be filed with the Town Clerk.
GAB-1 - Registration Statement
GAB-162 - Declaration of Candidacy
GAB-169 - Nomination paper for nonpartisan office.
Voter List Clean-up
Yearly the GAB does house cleaning on electors that have not voted in the past four years. If you are one of those residents that have not voted in the past four years and did not return your Application for Continuation of Registration Post Card back to the Municipal Clerk - the GAB may have removed your name from the voting list and you must re-register for your name to reappear on the voter list.
The new voting changes were made by your Congressmen and State Representatives and then signed by Governor Walker.
If you have any questions any time. Please call or email during normal business hours.
Dixie Bernsteen, Clerk
Town of Delavan
5621 Town Hall Road
Delavan, WI 53115