Election Information

The polling place in the Town of Grant is the Grant Town Hall, W12610 County Road M, Caroline, Wisconsin. Polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Contact the town clerk if you have questions about voter registration or absentee voting.

Obtaining a Photo I.D.  Click here to view a document on how to obtain a photo I.D.

Proof of Residence is required for all new registrants and when there is a change in name or address. If you have resided in the Town of Grant for 10 or more days you are eligible to vote here.  Examples of acceptable Proof of Residence documents is available here.

Find timely election information at the State of Wisconsin website Elections.WI.gov.

Additional information about voter registration and absentee voting is available at My Vote Wisconsin 

There is also a resource for young adults here.

Voter Registration

Since January 1, 2006, voter registration has been required in all municipalities in the State of Wisconsin. Voters may obtain information about voter registration from the town clerk or the Wisconsin Elections Commission website link above.

Absentee Voting

Voters must complete form EL-121 - Wisconsin Application for Absentee Ballot and submit it to the town clerk to vote by absentee ballot. An application for absentee ballot and instructions for voting by absentee ballot can be obtained from the town clerk or downloaded from the following link: http://elections.wi.gov/forms/EL-121-english

In-Person Absentee Voting in the clerk's office will begin as soon as ballots are available. Please call or email for an appointment to vote.

Upcoming Elections

Spring Primary Election: February 20, 2024

Spring General Election: April 2, 2024

Partisan Primary Election: August 13, 2024

Fall General Election: November 5, 2024


Election Inspectors

Election inspectors play a vital roll in the local election process. Individuals appointed to work at elections are responsible for setting up the polling place, preserving order, registering electors, recording electors, issuing ballots, monitoring voting equipment, counting votes and properly completing forms. Election inspectors utilize good communication skills and knowledge acquired through training to guide voters at the polls. Their hard work and dedication to this duty sets them apart in the community. Contact the town clerk if you are interested in becoming an election inspector.

Election inspectors must meet the following criteria:

Must be at least 18 years of age and a U.S. Citizen (Note: Qualified high school students may also be election inspectors. Contact the town clerk for details.)
Must be qualified electors of the county in which they work
Must be able to read, write and understand the English language
Must be available for training
May not be a candidate for any office to be voted on at an election in which they serve