Chenequa Sign Near Village Hall, Photo copyright Jack MacDonough
Please call (262) 367 2239 with any questions pertaining to these elections
The Village of Chenequa is Ward 1.
View the current elected officials for the Village of Chenequa.
Chenequa is in the 11th State Senate District.
Chenequa is in the 33rd State Assembly District.
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Voting in-person begins Monday, March 13th and ends Friday, March 31st.
In order to vote absentee, you must be a registered voter in the Village of Chenequa. If not registered, please print and complete the Voter Registration Application form from the W.E.C. website. You must also now provide a copy of your Voter ID with your absentee ballot application. If you are registered, please print and complete the Application for Absentee Ballot form from the W.E.C. website and return it to the Village of Chenequa.
Please make a color copy or gray-scale copy of your Voter ID (WI Driver’s License) and include it with your application.
Once the application and Voter ID is received, a ballot will then be sent to you no sooner than the third Monday prior to the election.
Ballots must be returned to Village Hall by Election Day in order for the ballot to count. Ballots for all elections are available the third Monday prior to the election. When you receive the ballot, please follow these instructions:
ABSENTEE VOTING BY MAIL:
Download the Voter Registration Application from the W.E.C. website, read the instructions, complete the form, and mail it to Village of Chenequa, Village Hall. Please note that if you are submitting this registration form by mail, attach a copy of one of the following forms of identification:
ABSENTEE VOTING IN PERSON:
You may register in person at Village of Chenequa, Village Hall in the Clerk’s Office during regular office hours the Friday before an Election. You must bring proof that you have lived at your present location for 10 days preceding the Election. (See list of acceptable identification below.)
To register at the polling location, you must bring proof that you have lived at your present location for 10 days preceding the Election. For purposes of voter registration, a form of identification constitutes acceptable proof of residence if it includes:
The ExpressVote is a universal voting system designed for use by all voters. Voters can use the touchscreen to make their ballot choices. When a voter has finished their ballot, the machine will print their marked ballot card which can then be placed in the tabulator or ballot box. For additional information and to watch a demonstration on our new election equipment, the Wisconsin Elections and Ethics Commission has information provided on their website.
Voter Public Access gives Wisconsin voters one-stop access to information about exercising their right to vote. It helps citizens search for voter registration and polling place location, voter registration information, voting history, normal polling place location, current office holders, and a sample ballot for the upcoming election.
At the W.E.C. Voter Public Access website, you can:
Other Helpful Information can be found in the Elections section on the Links page.