Spring Primary Election Information ~ CLICK HERE
- Date: 02/20/2018 7:00 AM - 8:00 PM
If you plan to head to the polls on Tuesday, here's what you need to know:
A valid photo ID card is required to vote. A valid driver's license or one of several other forms of identification are acceptable. See the image at right for clarification, or visit this website for more information on the photo ID requirements.
If you are unsure where you vote or if you don't know what district or ward you live in, you can access that information by clicking on the "My Property Info" tab on the homepage of our website. By typing in your address you'll have access to a number of different tabs containing information about your residence. The "voting" tab will tell you where you vote, as well as the district and ward that you live in. Clicking on your voting location will open a map to show you exactly where your polling place is located. You can also find your polling location at the Wisconsin My Vote website. Click here
What's on the ballot?
Everyone will have the opportunity to vote in the Spring Primary Election for Justice of the Supreme Court and for those in Outagamie County District 6, Outagamie County Board Supervisor. For additional election information or to see a sample ballot for your ward and district click here.
What if I have other questions?
You can contact our City Clerk's office at (920) 832-6443.
Appleton Communications Coordinator Chad Doran can be reached at (920) 832-5814 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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