Absentee Voting Information
How do I vote absentee?
If you are not already registered, you will need to register to vote before an absentee ballot can be sent to you.
Via MyVote Wisconsin
You may apply for an absentee ballot through My Vote Wisconsin by using the following link: Absentee Ballot request through MyVote Wisconsin
Your request must be received by the clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. on the Thursday before the election in order for an absentee ballot to be sent to you.
You may download the Application for Absentee Ballot (PDF). Complete the form mail to the clerk's office with a copy of your photo ID, if not previously provided. Your application must be received by the clerk no later than 5:00 p.m. on the Thursday before the election in order for an absentee ballot to be sent to you.
City of Hudson
505 Third Street
Hudson, WI 54016
Voters who are Indefinitely confined, meaning they have a difficult time getting to the polls due to age, illness, infirmity, or disability, may request that a ballot be automatically sent to them for each election. Indefinitely confined voters do not need to provide a photo ID with their absentee ballot request. If you or someone you know are indefinitely confined you will make this designation in box 6 of the Application for Absentee Ballot (PDF).
Email or Fax
Regular Wisconsin voters may also request that ballot be sent to them by sending an email or fax to their clerk. Your request must also include a copy of your photo ID, if not previously provided. This request must be made no later than 5:00 p.m. on the Thursday before the election in order for an absentee ballot to be sent to you.
In-person absentee voting (also known as early voting) is available at the dates and times noted on the main Election page. You will need to show your acceptable photo ID for voting when voting in-person.
The deadline for returning your absentee ballot is 8 p.m. on Election Day
Instructions for Completing Absentee Ballot: Uniform Instructions for Absentee Voters (PDF).
Military and Overseas
Military and Overseas voters have additional options for absentee ballot delivery. Military and permanent overseas voters do not need to provide a photo ID with their request.
Remember, you can only vote once!
Please note: In 2011 the Legislature passed Act 227, which prohibits a voter who has returned a completed absentee ballot from voting at the polling place on Election Day. Previously, voters who cast an absentee ballot and changed their minds could go to the polling place and vote on Election Day, and their absentee ballot would not be counted. This is no longer an option.
If you do not know who your clerk is, or where the clerk's office is located, please use MyVote WI.
If you would like additional information on elections, please visit the Government Accountability Board's website.