Elections Information

 

There are no elections scheduled for Fall 2015.

Local government candidates can start circulating papers to run for
Spring 2016 seats beginning on Tuesday, December 1, 2015.

Nomination papers are available through the
appropriate municipal or school board clerk.

All nomination papers are due NO LATER THAN Tuesday, January 5, 2016.



HAVE QUESTIONS ABOUT RUNNING FOR OFFICE?

Review THIS PRESENTATION for answers to common questions
related to running for a local elected office.

Still have questions?
Sign up for the Chamber's next Candidate Training Program!
See HERE for more details! 


 
 This page will be updated with information specific to the 2016 Spring Elections as it becomes available.
In the interim, you can find answers to your elections-related questions by visiting the following pages:

Marathon County Elections Website

Check http://gab.wi.gov/voters for answers to Frequently Asked Questions on voting.

OR

Visit    to find out:

 
  • If you are registered to vote
  • If your address is current
  • Which candidates are on your ballot
  • Where to submit an absentee ballot
  • And much more!
 


 Results for 2014 Fall General Election 
 
 
Federal
  • 7th Congressional District - Sean Duffy

State-WideVote Box

  • Governor - Scott Walker
  • Lieutenant Governor - Rebecca Kleifisch
  • Attorney General - Brad Schimel
  • Secretary of State - Doug La Follette
  • State Treasurer - Matt Adamczyk

Regional

  • Senate District 29 - Jerry Petrowski
  • Assembly District 35 (Rep. Czaja was not contested)
  • Assembly District 69 - Bob Kulp
  • Assembly District 70 - Nancy VanderMeer
  • Assembly District 71 (Rep. Shankland was not contested) 
  • Assembly District 85 - Dave Heaton
  • Assembly District 86 - John Spiros
  • Assembly District 87 - James Edming
Fall 2014 General Election Information:
Additional information on the Fall 2014 Elections can be found here.



~ ADDITIONAL VOTING RESOURCES ~

Visit  to find out:
  • If you are registered to vote
  • If your address is current
  • Which candidates are on your ballot
  • Where to submit an absentee ballot
  • And much more!

Check http://gab.wi.gov/voters for answers to Frequently Asked Questions on voting.

 

ABSENTEE VOTING:

If you will be unable to get to your polling place on the official day of voting (or if you made your mind up early and want to get voting over with!), you can submit an absentee ballot at your local municipal center on or before the Friday immediately before the election. 

 - Additional details on absentee voting can be found HERE
 - The absentee ballot application can be downloaded HERE.