Elections & Voting

2019 - 2020 ELECTION DATES

Spring Primary - NO PRIMARY IS NEEDED, SO NO ELECTION ON FEBRUARY 19, 2019. February 19, 2019
Spring Election April 2, 2019
Special Primary (if needed)   **SUBJECT TO CHANGE** Monday, December 30, 2019
Special Election (Fill vacancy of 7th Congressional District) *SUBJECT TO CHANGE* Monday, January 27, 2020
Spring Primary February 18, 2020
Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary April 7, 2020
Partisan Primary August 11, 2020
General and Presidential Election November 3, 2020



Absentee Voting Information: In person absentee voting in the Clerk's Office is from March 18 - March 29, 2019.  Click here for the Notice.

There were no Outstanding Provisional Ballots for April 2, 2019 Spring Election.

Nursing Home/Assisted Living Absentee Notice for April 2, 2019 Spring Election.


The Wisconsin Voter Registration System is online to assist you in determining your current voter registration status. You can Register to vote; Find your polling location; Find out what's on your ballot; Update your name and address; and Request an Absentee Ballot.  Visit the MyVote website at: http://myvote.wi.gov

Where do you vote in the City of Marshfield.  Click this link: Where Do I Vote?

Requirements for Photo ID click this link: Voter photo ID information

District Polling Place
1, 2, 3, 4, 10 and City Portion of Marathon County Oak Avenue Community Center
201 S. Oak Ave.
5, 6, 7 Wildwood Station
1800 S. Roddis Ave.
8, 9 Community Center (Old Library)
211 E. 2nd Street



Our customers are the residents of the City of Marshfield that are eligible to vote.

It is our responsibility to provide everyone, elderly, handicapped and people who must be out of town on Election day, the right to vote.

The mission of this account is to hold elections for the City of Marshfield as per Wisconsin Statutes 5.01. The right to vote is the foundation of our democratic form of government. It is the job of the City Clerk to preserve the rights of the electorate through efficient, honest, unbiased and uniform administration of elections. All Election officials have a responsibility to help, not hinder electors in exercising their voting right. The integrity and importance of the vote of each citizen is the responsibility of all election officials.