La Crosse County, Wisconsin
Wisconsin voters have a one-stop access to information about exercising their right to vote at: https://myvote.wi.gov/
· Election Day Polling Hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
· Sample Ballot (Updated for April 7, 2015 Election)
Note: State Law does not allow for voting or registration in the clerk’s office on the Monday the day before the election.
If you have voted in the Town of Holland at your current address in the past 4 years, you do NOT need to re-register.
If you are new to the Town or have moved within the Town, you may register prior to the election during regular office hours (Mondays and Thursdays 8 am to 1 pm and Wednesdays 3-6 pm). The last day of registration is the Friday preceding the election (in other words, no registration the day before the election).
You may register the day of the election. Also, be sure to bring along proof of residency – such as a driver’s license or utility bill with your current address.
Absentee Ballot request:
1. By mail: send a letter with your name, address and signature stating that you are requesting an absentee ballot for the election(s) [list which date(s)]. Ballots will be mailed to you within 3 days and will include a return envelope (stamped & addressed). Send the letter to:
Town of Holland
W7937 County Road MH
Holmen, WI 54636
2. In person: A quicker & cheaper way to vote absentee is in person in the Clerk’s office which may be done two full weeks prior to the election (up until 5:00 p.m. on Friday before election day) during clerk’s hours. For larger elections, call the Town Hall for a listing of special voting hours.
***Remember, you must be a registered voter to vote absentee.
Any questions, call or stop by the Clerk’s office:
Marilyn Pedretti, Clerk