Walworth County absentee ballots already requested were mailed 9/17; Jefferson will be close behind

From City Clerk Michele Smith, Sept. 20

The City of Whitewater has received over 1,500 requests for absentee ballots to date.  The Walworth County ballots were mailed out on 9/17/20.  Jefferson County ballots have not yet arrived, but are expected to be mailed out on 9/18/20.

For those who prefer to hand deliver their voted ballots to City Hall, there is a secure ballot drop box located in the vestibule of the Whitewater Municipal Building, 312 W. Whitewater St., Whitewater, WI.  The vestibule is open 24 hours per day, is lighted, and monitored by cameras.

All completed absentee ballots, including Voter’s Signature, Witness Signature and Witness Complete Address on the certificate Envelope, must be received by the municipal clerk on Election Day in order to be counted.

To register to vote or to receive an absentee ballot, you may go to myvote.wi.gov or contact the City Clerk’s office at (262) 473-0102.

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