Getting a free ID for Voting


2021 Elections

Spring Primary Election – Tuesday, Feb. 16
Spring Election – Tuesday, Apr. 6



Spring Election 2021 Class A Notice



November 3, 2020 General Election

Number of outstanding provisional ballots

Wards 1, 2 & 5            0

Wards 3, 4 & 6            0


Unofficial Results: Election Day Tally Sheet Nov 3 2020




Type D 11.3.20 Polling Place Location


MBOC Notice 11.3.2020



Wisconsin Election Commission September 1, 2020 mailing regarding Absentee Ballots:

Wisconsin Election Commission Absentee Ballot Requests

WEC Mailer Absentee Request Form



Voter Photo ID Required

You must show an acceptable photo ID to receive a ballot for all elections. Learn more about photo ID and voting here, and visit the Bring It to the Ballot website.

Free State ID Cards for People without Birth Certificates

The Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles will help people get a free state ID card or document that can be used for voting after just one visit to the DMV, even if they don’t have a birth certificate or other documentation. Get the ID Petition Process brochure in English and Spanish.

Visit the Voter Information Center

Answers to questions about how to register, where to vote, when to vote absentee, and much more.

Our Commitment to Election Integrity

Learn about what state and local election officials are doing to protect the integrity of voting in Wisconsin.



2022 Elections

Spring Primary Election – Tuesday, Feb. 15
Spring Election – Tuesday, Apr. 5
Partisan Primary Election – Tuesday, Aug. 9
General Election – Tuesday, Nov. 8


Voter Registration Drives – Beware!

Voter Registration Application El-131 – (REV 2020-06)

Voter registration drives will increase in 2020.  These organizations are not affiliated with the Village of West Milwaukee and while most organizations are legitimate, this is also an area of opportunity for scammers.   Be aware that voter registration requires personal information such as your date of birth and driver’s license number.   Never give personal information to anyone you don’t know and trust.   The safest means to register to vote includes the following: 

  1. Online at MyVote Wisconsin:  https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/
  2. By mail (complete the voter registration form):(updated with the 28 day requirement change)  https://elections.wi.gov/forms/el-131-fillable
    1. Mail with Proof of Residency to:  Village Clerk, 4755 West Beloit Road, West Milwaukee, WI 53214
  3. In-person at your Municipal Clerk’s Office
  4. In-person at your assigned polling location on Election Day 7am-8pm

Note:  All options require acceptable proof of residency.  

For additional information on acceptable Proof of Residency: https://elections.wi.gov/sites/elections.wi.gov/files/2019-01/27-28%20Proof%20of%20Residence%202019.pdf




Wisconsin Election Commission Website

Wisconsin Elections Commission | 212 E. Washington Ave, Third Floor P.O. Box 7984 | Madison, WI 53707-7984
tele (608) 266-8005 | fax (608) 267-0500 | tty (800) 947-3529 | email elections@wi.gov
Toll-Free Voter Help Line: (866) VOTE-WIS




My Vote
At myvote.wi.gov, you can register to vote, check your voter registration status, find your polling place, see what’s on your ballot, update your name or address, request an absentee ballot (military and permanent overseas voters only), and check provisional ballot status.





Bring It To The Ballot   
Photo ID information
The U.S. Supreme Court has affirmed the photo ID provisions of 2011 Wisconsin Act 23. A photo ID is now required to receive a ballot in all special and regular elections. Learn more about
photo ID and voting.
Please see: Free state ID cards for people without birth certificates

The Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles will help people get a free state ID card or document that can be used for voting after just one visit to the DMV, even if they don’t have a birth certificate or other documentation. Get the ID Petition Process brochure in English and Spanish.


Voter Registration and Election Participation Data

BADGER Voters is a website offered by the Wisconsin Elections Commission designed to allow users to request, receive a quote, purchase, and download Wisconsin voter registration and election participation data from the Statewide Voter Registration System. Users can complete this entire process online and independently 24 hours per day, seven days per week.



For Candidates: Getting On the Ballot
Ballot Access Checklist Spring 2020 Municipal
Campaign Finance Checklist For 2020 Municipal and School District Candidates
Campaign Finance Information System User’s Guide
Campaign Finance Overview
Campaign Registration Statement
Declaration of Candidacy
Memorandum Regarding Felony Convictions
Nomination Papers

Statement of Economic Interest – Municipal Judges

For Incumbents not seeking re-election:
Notification of Non-Candidacy


Wisconsin Ethics Commission
ethics@wi.gov | tele (608) 266-8123 | fax (608) 264-9319
101 E. Wilson St., Room 127, Madison, WI 53703 | P.O. Box 7125, Madison, Wisconsin 53707-7125


Voter Registration Information

Photo ID Information

Absentee Voting

Registration and Voting Guide

Ward Map



The Village of West Milwaukee Clerk’s Office coordinates elections for all Village of West Milwaukee elected officials: the Village President, six Village Trustees and the Municipal Judge. The President and Trustees are elected to three-year terms and the Municipal Judge is a four-year term.

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Polling Place:

West Milwaukee Community Centre’

1345 S. 47th St. West Milwaukee, WI  53214
Poll hours are 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.


Spring Primary

The nonpartisan primary held the 3rd Tuesday in February to nominate nonpartisan candidates to be voted for at the spring election.

Spring Election

The election held on the first Tuesday in April to elect judicial, educational and municipal officers and nonpartisan county officers and to express preferences for the person to be the presidential candidate for each party in a year in which electors for president and vice president are to be elected.

Fall Partisan Primary

The primary held the 2nd Tuesday in August to nominate candidates to be voted for at the general election, and to determine which candidates for state offices other than district attorney may participate in the Wisconsin election campaign fund.

General Election

The election held in even-numbered years on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November to elect United States senators, representatives in congress, presidential electors, state senators, representatives to the assembly, district attorneys, state officers other than the state superintendent and judicial officers, and county officers other than supervisors and county executives.

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Election Tally Sheets:

Election Day Tally Sheet Nov 3 2020

Election Day Tally Sheet Aug 11 2020

Election Day Tally Sheet April 7 2020

Election Day Tally Sheet Feb 18 2020

April 2, 2019

November 6, 2018

August 14, 2018

April 3, 2018

February 20, 2018

April 4, 2017

February 21, 2017

November 8, 2016

August 9, 2016

April 5, 2016

February 16, 2016