In person absentee voting (including curbside voting) – just call or text the town’s number (608-424-3848) to make an appointment or to check to see if the clerk is in. This is pretty simple procedure, if you are registered. Bring your proof of ID (in most cases, your driver’s license) with you, and vote in the office or the parking lot, as you wish. Your ballot will be kept and counted with the other absentee votes on election day. Last day for in person voting is the Friday before the election, April 3, 2020. Make sure to check ahead of time – this office is not open regular hours, but the clerk will always have the phone.
Getting an absentee ballot mailed. Go on to myvote.wi.gov and request one. If you are registered, you can do this up until 5 days before the election. It would be better to request sooner rather than later – if the ballot is not returned by 8 p.m. on election day it will not be counted.