Voting information for the April 7 Spring Election
The Madison City Clerk’s office is working hard to help people vote and get that vote counted!
Because of COVID-19, voters are strongly encouraged to act now to vote absentee for the April 7 Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary. Polls will be open for those who need them on Election Day, but most voters should vote absentee for this election. For that to happen, you should request an absentee ballot as soon as possible, or consider In-Person Absentee Voting.
Please make sure you have a plan to vote and encourage others to do the same:
Register to vote. Online voter registration has been extended until March 30. That's Monday!
Request an absentee ballot. Avoid the health risks of in-person voting by requesting an absentee ballot today! It only takes a couple minutes to make the request if you’re already registered. You will need to upload an image of your photo ID if it is not on file at the Clerk’s office. Ballots must be requested by April 2 and received at the Clerk's office by Election Day April 7.
Curbside voting at the City Clerk’s office is available now through April 3 from 8am-6pm- More information and hours can be found here. There are several parking spots reserved for this purpose.
Find your polling place for April 7 in-person voting here. Your regular polling place might be moved so be sure to check before you go!
Remember to take your photo ID to vote!
Upcoming Events and Actions
Get Out The Vote for Jill Karofsky!
We need help every day through the election April 7th to call supporters and make sure they get their absentee ballot and send it in.
Sign up at the links below to join a virtual phone bank. Every call is an opportunity to get out another vote for Jill. We need all hands on deck!
Thank you for your help!
|Sunday March 29||Friday April 3|
|Monday March 30||Saturday April 4|
|Tuesday March 31||Sunday April 5|
|Wednesday April 1||Monday April 6|
|Thursday April 2||Tuesday April 7|
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