Patty A. Sturn: City Clerk
Monday – Thursday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Friday 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
*** PHOTO ID NOW REQUIRED TO VOTE IN WISCONSIN ***
Visit the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board website for information on acceptable forms of photo ID and how to obtain a FREE Wisconsin ID card for voting.
Groups Exempted by Law from providing Photo ID:
November 8, 2016 General Election
Absentee Voting for the November 8, 2016 General Election will occur every weekday during office hours (7:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday-Thursday and 7:30 am to 4 pm, Friday) as soon as ballots arrive in the Clerk’s Office, estimated as September 21, 2016. Thursday November 3rd & Friday November 4th voting will end at 5:00 pm. All in-office absentee voting, which necessitates a photo ID, ends Friday, November 4th.
The City of Neenah will conduct absentee voting at the following nursing homes/care facilities. Click on each facility to see times and dates:
- Atrium Post Acute Care of Neenah
- Island Shores
- Emerald Ridge
- Valley VNA
- American Grand Assisted Living Suites
August 9, 2016 Fall Primary
- Unofficial City of Neenah Election Results at the close of polls on August 9, 2016
- Outstanding Absentee Ballots/Provisional Ballots Issued August 9, 2016
Complete a GAB-403 Election Worker Set-Up Form
Use our online polling place locator below to determine your polling place. Click your location on the map or enter your address (be sure to include “Neenah” in your search).
You may also call the Clerk’s office for help finding your voting location or to find your alderperson. Polling place hours are from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Click Here for access to the Government Accountability Board.
Non-English Speaking Voters
A citizen cannot be denied the right to vote because the citizen does not speak English. If a voter is challenged and can not answer the challenge questions because the challenged voter does not speak English, the challenged voter should be given a challenged ballot. The inability to answer the challenge questions because of lack of proficiency in English is not the same as refusing to answer the questions.
If a voter is challenged and is unable to answer the challenge questions, the inspectors should note on the challenge form that the questions could not be asked because of the challenged voter’s inability to speak English. The challenged voter is given a ballot that is marked with a serial number corresponding to the voter’s name on the voter list.
City of Neenah Voting Method
The City of Neenah uses a paper ballot, which is read by an Image Cast Evolution (ICE) Voting tabulator, which scans and stores votes. To cast your vote you must darken the oval next to your voting choice.