Sample Ballot for February 18, 2020 Nonpartisan Primary.
Voter Registration/Absentee Ballots Mailings.
2020 is a Presidential Election year, which means you will soon be finding voter registration forms and absentee ballot request forms in your mailbox. These mailings are not from your municipal clerk, even though they may appear to be. They are sent by special interest groups and the prefilled voter information on the forms is often inaccurate. To ensure you are properly registered or to apply for an absentee ballot, please visit myvote.wi.gov or contact the La Crosse City Clerk’s Office at 608-789-7510.
Voter Photo ID Required!!
A photo ID is required to receive a ballot in all elections. Learn more about photo ID and voting by visiting the Bring It to the Ballot website and/or downloading our Voter ID Brochure.
The number of Provisional Ballots for the City of La Crosse will be posted on election night (after 8:00 pm, the close of polls) on the County of La Crosse Elections webpage.
My Vote Wisconsin
Look up your polling place and other election-related information including voter registration, absentee ballot/voting, voting history, current office holders, etc.
Where/How do I Register to Vote?
Get information on where and how you can register to vote. This is a great place to start for all of you first time voters!
If you will be out of town on an election day and still want to vote in a local election, click the above link for information about absentee voting. This is great for those that are overseas or are currently on military assignment. Please note: If you are not registered to vote, you must be registered before an absentee ballot can be sent to you.
Not sure where you are supposed to vote? Visit the My Vote Wisconsin website - select the appropriate voter category and search by either your name and date of birth (Voter Search) or your address (Address Search).
How do I become an Election Inspector?
The City of La Crosse City Clerk's Office needs more than 100 Election Inspectors to work at the polls every election. You can join this team of caring individuals who help ensure this basic right of citizenship: to vote in a fair, free election.
High School Election Workers
A student who is 16 or 17 years of age and who is enrolled in grades 9-12 in a public or private high school and has at least a 3.0 GPA may serve as an election inspector with the approval of the student's parent or guardian.
2020 Election Dates
Not sure when to vote? Get a comprehensive list of all voting dates for 2020!
Voter Information Center
More Questions? View the Voter Information Center.