2022 Fall General Election: In-Person Absentee Voting Now Open at South Milwaukee City Hall

In-person absentee voting is now open, through November 4, ahead of the November 8 election.

Find more details on the city website. From the city …

Please note that Wisconsin law requires you to submit a copy of your photo ID to us before we can mail you an absentee ballot.

Anyone planning on being out of town or unable to make it to the polling place on election day can cast an absentee ballot in the Clerk’s office, or request a ballot in writing up until the Thursday before an election. Absentee voting will be conducted in the clerk’s office the two weeks prior to an election.

2022 General Election Important Dates

  • November 3rd – 5:00 PM – Last day for regular and overseas electors to request absentee ballots by mail. 
  • November 4th  – 5:00 PM – Last day to register to vote in the Clerk’s Office.
  • November 4th  – 5:00 PM – Last day for In-Person Absentee voting in the Clerk’s Office.
  • November 4th  – 5:00 PM – Last day for indefinitely confined electors and military electors to request an absentee ballot by mail and hospitalized voter.

In-Person Absentee Voting 

  • Tuesday, October 25th  – Friday,  October 28th  – 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM
  • Monday, October 31st  – Thursday, November 3rd – 7:30 AM – 4:00 PM
  • Friday, November 4th  – 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM 

Note:  There is no absentee voting or voter registration on the Monday prior to election day. 

Who and What Are on the Ballot?

Here is a sample ballot.

Unless you’ve been hiding under the rock at the high school, you know we’ll be choosing the next Wisconsin governor and a United States senator, among several statewide races.

We are also choosing our next representative in the state Assembly and Senate. (I’m all in for Nathan Jurowski and Chris Larson in those races, as you might have guessed.)

Also on the ballot: non-binding referendum questions on “semi-automatic military-style firearms” and marijuana. And you will note South Milwaukee is now a part of the First Congressional District, due to gerrymandering; Republican incumbent Bryan Steil and Democrat Ann Roe are on the ballot.

Sarah and I are proud to support Nathan Jurowski for Assembly.

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