- Spring Primary Election, February 20, 2018
- Spring Election, April 3, 2018
- Partisan Primary, August 14, 2018
- Fall General Election, November 6, 2018
You can view “What’s On Your Ballot” by visiting My Vote Wisconsin and looking up your voter record.
If you are unable to come to the polls on Election Day, voting absentee by mail is a convenient option. You must be a registered voter in the Town of Trenton, and you must submit a written request for the ballot, using one of the following options:
- Apply online at My Vote Wisconsin
- Complete EL-121, Application for Absentee Ballot
- Mail to the Town of Trenton, PO Box 259, Newburg, WI 53060
- Fax it to 262.675.6052
- Email it to email@example.com
NOTE THAT TO VOTE ABSENTEE BY MAIL, WE MUST HAVE A COPY OF YOUR PHOTO ID ON FILE. Absentee Ballots will be mailed as soon as they are available, to anyone with an application on file. Instructions and a postage-paid return envelope will be included for your convenience. Ballots must be returned and RECEIVED no later than 8:00 PM on Election Day in order for your vote to count.
In-Person Absentee Voting is available during specific hours, as noted below.
- Monday, March 20, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
- Monday, March 27, 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM
- BY APPOINTMENT ONLY: March 31, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Voter ID Bill
Voter Photo ID is now required in the State of Wisconsin. Please visit the Wisconsin Elections and Ethics Commission website for the most up-to-date information, including acceptable forms of identification.
Polls Open 7:00 AM-8:00 PM
Town of Trenton votes at the Town Hall, 1031 State Highway 33 E.
Town Ward Plan
Click here to view the Trenton Ward Plan.
Election Odds & Ends
We have received requests from voters for online registration and online voting. State Election Law does not permit either one at this time. Any change to election law must be made at the state level. Contact your state legislators to register your interest in online election services.
Did you know that the entire state of Oregon votes via absentee ballot? No waiting in line, no costly polling place maintenance, less election training, less duplication of effort and personnel. Registered voters automatically receive ballots and postage-paid return envelopes for all applicable elections. If this sounds interesting to you, let your state legislators know.
You can register to vote by the following methods:
- By mail. Up to 20 days before the election. Registration forms should be mailed to your municipal clerk. You can start your voter registration form online at MyVote Wisconsin. Your form must be printed, signed, and mailed or delivered, to your municipal clerk. You must always provide a Proof of Residence document when registering. If you are registering by mail, you can use any of the forms of Proof of residence except a residential lease.
- Online. Up to 20 days before the election. Voters who have a valid State of Wisconsin Driver License or State of Wisconsin ID card issued by the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) can register to vote online on the MyVote Wisconsin website. To register online, the voter must enter a name, date of birth, Driver License or ID number and address that matches what is on file with the Wisconsin DMV. If all of the fields match, the voter will be able to register to vote completely online without needing to print, sign or mail the form and without needing to send a proof of residence document. Voters who are not able to match their information with the information in the DMV database will be given the option to register by mail (see instructions above).
- In the municipal clerk’s office. You may register in-person in your municipal clerk’s office up until the Friday before the election at 5:00 p.m. or close of business, whichever is later. You must always provide a Proof of Residence document when registering to vote.
- At the polling place on Election Day. You may register at the polls on Election Day. You must always provide a Proof of Residence document when registering to vote.
You can check on your voter record with My Vote Wisconsin.
Voter and Elections Forms and Links
- EL-131, Voter Registration Application
- EL-131, Voter Registration Application FILLABLE
- EL-121, Application for Absentee Ballot
- EL-121, Application for Absentee Ballot FILLABLE
- Wisconsin Elections and Ethics Commission
- My Vote Wisconsin – State website for viewing your voter information, elected officials, polling place, sample ballot – REPLACED Voter Public Access