To find your ward, see:
MUST show photo ID.
How to Request an Absentee Ballot:
Ballots will be mailed after January 31st for the February 21, 2023 Spring Primary Election.
How to return an absentee ballot:
Make sure your ballot counts by double checking prior to return the following:
If any of the required information above is missing, your ballot will not be counted.
Return Absentee Ballot
Absentee ballots for the February 21, 2023 Election can be returned by the following:
All absentee ballots MUST be returned to the Clerk’s Office.
By mail. Absentee ballots come with return postage paid. Therefore, returning the ballot via USPS mail is a cost-free option. Please allow for sufficient mailing time.
In-person at the Clerk’s Office. Absentee ballots must be returned by the voter named on the ballot or by agent if utilizing ballot return assistance during the hours listed below:
7:30 am – 4:30 pm Monday – Thursday
7:30 am – 4:00 pm Friday
7:30 am – 5:00 pm Friday, March 31st
Ballots must be received by 8:00 PM on Election Day to be counted.
Visit the Wisconsin Elections Commission 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:
If you have not voted before or if you have moved since you last voted even with the city itself, you will need to register to vote for the election. There are several ways to register to vote:
Proof of Residency List – List of acceptable proof of residency documents
Outstanding Absentee Ballots: 558
Number of Provisional Ballots: 0
February 21, 2023 Sprig Primary Official Canvassed Result
Winnebago County Unofficial Results
CENTRAL COUNT DISCLAIMER: Please be advised that due to the use of a central count location for processing absentee ballots separately from the ballots cast at the polling places, results posted on the county’s website may be incomplete until a final, unofficial results report is posted at the end of the night.
Type A Notice of Election – Notice of Spring Election for local elected officials.
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.
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.