The Town Board has decided that, because of the current health emergency, the Annual Meeting of Electors cannot be held as scheduled on April 21, 2020. The Annual Meeting is indefinitely postponed.
Here’s how you voted on April 7, 2020.
Democratic Presidential Primary: Biden, 221; Sanders, 111; Warren, 6; Yang,1.
Republican Presidential Primary: Trump, 106; Uninstructed Delegation, 3.
Wisconsin Supreme Court: Karofsky, 329; Kelly, 129.
District 4 Court of Appeal: Graham, 280 (unopposed)
Dane County Circuit Court Br. 7: Hanrahan, 284 (unopposed)
Dane County Board of Supervisors: Downing, 302 (unopposed)
Belleville School District: Remy, 229; Kubly, 194; Treder, 194.
Verona Area School District, Portion 3: Navarro-Haffner, 68 (unopposed)
Verona Area School District At Large: Biddle, 51; Ross, 23.
Oregon School District Area 2: Mehring, 10; Garrison, 7.
Oregon School District Area 3: LeBrun unopposed
New Glarus School District: Eichelkraut, 3; Stuessy, 3; Geib, 2; Hendrickson, 1.
Crime Victims Rights Referendum: Yes, 287; No, 136.
Town Referendum to appoint the Town Clerk: Yes, 251; No, 153.
Town Referendum to appoint the Town Treasurer; Yes, 225; No, 144.
According to this morning’s newspaper, the United States Supreme Court will decide whether you really have until April 13th to return your ballot. We have about 75 not back as of this morning, before the day’s mail – if you haven’t already mailed your ballot, you may want to drop it off at the town hall, through the slot in the office door if no one is at the hall to receive it. If the Supreme Court grants the request currently before it, ballots received after 8 p.m. on April 7 may not be counted. I’m very sorry that we receive and have to put out constantly changing information.
THE POLLS ARE OPEN ON APRIL 7 FROM 7 A.M. TO 8 P.M.
Final absentee count: 370 mailed out/voted in person – 49% of all registered voters in the township.
Today, April 3, 2020, is your last chance to vote in person prior to the election on April 7. The Town Hall is open for voting from 10 to 12 and from 2 to 4 today.
You can also, because of yesterday’s federal court ruling, request an absentee ballot today, until 5 p.m. Ballots will be counted if they are returned by April 13, according to that ruling. Any ballot returned to the town hall by 8 p.m. on April 7, 2020 will be counted, however the court ruling turns out.
Please vote! We already have 345 absentees served – 45% of the entire pool of registered voters. And stay well.