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Office of the City Clerk

Charlotte Nagel: City Clerk 

211 Walnut St., P.O. Box 426, Neenah, WI 54956
Phone: 920-886-6110 Fax: 920-886-6109 Email:

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Office Hours:

Monday – Thursday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm Friday 7:30 am – 4:00 pm

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Election Information

Polling Place Update: As of the February 16 Spring Primary we are back to regular polling places. No voting will take place at Shopko on Green Bay Road. 

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Where do I vote? 
    • You can click here and search your address. If your address does not come up and you live in a new development or an apartment building, you can call our office at 920-886-6110 for your voting information. 
  • How do I register? 
  • When do I need to update my registration?
    • Anytime you move or change your name you need to update your registration. 
  • How do I request an absentee ballot? 
    • You can download this form and submit it via mail or email to the Clerk’s office at 211 Walnut Street, Neenah WI 54956 with a valid photo ID or go to and request online. 
  • What is a proof of residence? 
  • What are valid forms of photo ID for voting? 

2021 Elections

Spring Election–April 6, 2021

Reminder: We are back to voting at polling places throughout the City, listed below. Not sure where you vote? Check out or call 920-886-6110.

In office absentee voting available in the Clerk’s office March 23-April 2 during normal office hours and until 5:00pm on April 1st and 2nd.




Sample Ballots 

Care Facility/Nursing Home Visits

American Grand–March 24, 2021 at 10am

Emerald Ridge–March 24, 2021 at 2pm

Island Shores–March 25, 2021 at 10am

Valley VNA–Currently this facility is not allowed public visitors so we have scheduled two phone calls to fulfill the requirements by State Statute for March 15 and 17 at 11am. After which time all ballots will be mailed directly to residents of this facility. 

Spring Primary–February 16, 2021

Absentee Ballots were mailed on Monday, January 25, 2021 to all voters who had request on file. Ballots will be mailed out now through February 11th as requests are received. 

In office absentee voting available in the Clerk’s office February 2-12 during normal office hours and until 5:00pm on February 11th and 12th. 

Sample Ballots–coming soon 

Election Night Results

Central Count Notice

Outstanding Absentee and Provisional Ballots

Outstanding Absentees–858

Provisional Ballots–0

Care Facility/Nursing Home Visits have all been cancelled due to COVID-19. Ballots are being mailed directly to voters. 

General Election–November 3, 2020

Voting Machine Audit Information 

In office absentee voting available October 20-October 28 during normal office hours and until 5:00 pm on October 29 and 30 

Sample Ballots:


Central Count Posting

Outstanding Absentee and Provisional Ballots

Issued 11182

Returned 10741

Outstanding 441

Care Facility/Nursing Home Visits have all been cancelled due to COVID-19


Street Listing – Citywide April 2019docx

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:

  1. Indefinitely Confined
  2. Military/Overseas
  3. Confidential Voters


Complete an EL-403 Election Worker Set-Up Form

Voting Locations

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).

City of Neenah Polling Place Map

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.

Voting locations can also be obtained on the WI Online Voter Registration and Winnebago County Voting District Locator

Click Here for access to the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

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.

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