* * * * PHOTO ID IS REQUIRED TO VOTE IN WISCONSIN * * * *
You have a voice, make it be heard at the Town Hall, W11101 Co Hwy G
- The Town Hall is accessible to the elderly and disabled voters -
BE SURE TO BRING YOUR PHOTO ID TO THE POLLS WHEN YOU VOTE!
You will be able to see who is on YOUR ballot next election by visiting myvote.wi.gov and click on 'What's On My Ballot?' at the top.
Have yet to register? Like to check your voting status? Need to know who is on YOUR ballot? All these questions and more can be answered @ myvote.wi.gov
'My Vote' button will direct you to Wisconsin's Official Voter Registration & Information website.
You may register to vote in the clerks office for any election or you can register at the Town Hall on Election Day. Don't forget to bring your ACCEPTABLE Proof Of Residency! Also, if you were issued a WI Drivers License you MUST provide the number from it, if you were not issued a WI Drivers License you will need to provide either a Wisconsin State ID card number or the last four of your Social Security number. You can save yourself some time at the polls by filling out your Wisconsin Voter Registration Application (WVRA) ahead of time, just click the WVRA button.
Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may request to vote an absentee ballot. A qualified elector is any U.S. citizen, who will be 18 years of age or older on Election Day, who has resided in the Town of Westford for at least 28 consecutive days before the election. The elector must also be registered to vote in order to receive an absentee ballot, so visit myvote.wi.gov to check your registration. You can also request and absentee ballot though the my vote.gov website.
'Absentee' button will open an Absentee Ballot Application which you can fill out and mail to Gail White, Town of Westford Clerk W10058 County Rd CC, Beaver Dam WI 53916 or scan and email to [email protected] either way don't forget to include your acceptable Photo ID with each application. You can also call (920) 285-0755 to set up an appointment to absentee vote in-person without an application.
VOTER PHOTO ID IS IN EFFECT for Wisconsin residents. For more information please click on the buttons below.
ELECTION OFFICALS NEEDED!!!!! PLEASE CONTACT THE CLERK FOR MORE INFORMATION!
If you would like to be an Election Official (Poll Worker) for the Town of Westford please contact your clerk via the home page of this website.
If you are an Election Official for the Town of Westford and you would like to brush up on your knowledge of how to run an election or have a particular question about your duties, please feel free to contact your clerk or research the training available on the Wisconsin Elections Commission website at elections.wi.gov