Elections & Voting Information

Questions?

You can send questions to elections@germantownwi.gov or call 262-250-4700.


Polling Places

View or download a Voting District Map.





 DistrictWardsName of LocationAddress
11, 2, 3, 4Bethlehem Evangelical Lutheran SchoolN108 W14290 Bel Aire Ln.
25, 6, 7, 8Germantown American Legion PostN120 W15932 Freistadt Road
39, 10, 11Life ChurchW164 N11325 Squire Drive
412, 13, 14CrossWay ChurchW156 N10041 Pilgrim Road


Polls open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m. 

Official Notice of Location and Hours of Polling Places

2024 Elections

Absentee Ballots Issued and Returned for February 20, 2024 Spring Primary Election


Election Results


Election Sample Ballots


Absentee Voting
Please follow this link to be taken to the Absentee Voting page. Here you can learn about the absentee balloting process and how to have an absentee ballot be sent to you.

High School Election Worker Information

The Clerk's Office is currently looking for high school students to assist them at the polls on Election Day. To be able to work at the polls, a high school student must be 16 years or older, have a cumulative GPA of 3.0, and be a Germantown resident. To fill out a form to become a high school election worker, please click this link. Once the form is filled out, you can drop it off in the Village Clerk's Office, mail it to the Clerk's Office, or email it to elections@germantownwi.gov

My Vote Wisconsin Website (For registered and non-registered eligible voters in Wisconsin.)


At myvote.wi.gov you can check your voter registration status, find your polling place, see your sample ballot, request an absentee ballot (military and permanent overseas voters only) and check provisional ballot status.
  
 

Wisconsin Elections and Ethics Commission (Formerly GAB)


At elections.wi.gov, then click on the Voter tab at the top of the page. You can find information for assistance on New Voter Registration, Absentee Ballot Applications, Polling Place, Voting History, Name Change and a Move.