Elections

Upcoming Elections

The next scheduled election for Town of Marshall voters is the Spring Primary on April 5, 2022. We will also hold a Partisan Primary on August 9 and a General Election on November 8. https://myvote.wi.gov has extensive information on Wisconsin elections. A public test of the voting machine will be held on Thursday, March 31, at 11 AM at the Town Hall. The local Board of Canvass will meet at the Town Hall to count ballots at 8 PM on April 5 at the close of voting. Both meetings are open to the public.

How to Register to Vote

Register to vote online at https://myvote.wi.gov. The Wisconsin legislature may be making changes to elections law, the Governor may veto those changes and the courts may overrule. This site will be updated when appropriate but please rely on the information at My Vote.

Request an Absentee Ballot

The most convenient way to request an absentee ballot is on-line at https://myvote.wi.gov . The Wisconsin legislature may be making changes to elections law, the Governor may veto those changes and the courts may overrule. This site will be updated when appropriate but please rely on the information at My Vote.

Voting at the polls

In-person voting for Town of Marshall residents is held at the Town Hall, 18475 Gillingham Drive. Polls currently open at 7 AM and close at 8 PM. In-person voting rules may be changed by the legislature, vetoed by the Governor and overruled by the courts. This site will be updated when appropriate but please rely on the information at My Vote.

Recent election results

Election results are available in the minutes of the meeting following each election. Minutes are available here.

Frequently Asked Questions about the 2020 Presidential Election

The Wisconsin State Elections Commission has an extensive list of frequently asked questions and answers about the 2020 Presidential Election on their website.

Volunteer as a poll worker

Here is your chance to learn about elections first hand. Please contact the Town Clerk at townofmarshallwi@gmail.com to be considered. Poll workers must be residents of Richland County and at least 16 years old. Poll workers are paid for their service.