Spring Election: Tue, April 2, 2019
The Spring Election was held on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm at the Town Hall.
This election had (3) different ballot styles depending on which Sanitary District each resident is in, if any.
Wed, Mar 13: Deadline to Register by Mail; Deadline to Register Online Thu, Mar 28 at 5:00 pm: Deadline to Request Absentee Ballot by Mail Fri, Mar 29 at 5:00 pm: Deadline to Register In-Person at Town Hall; Deadline for In-Person Absentee Voting Tue, Apr 2 at 8:00 pm: Deadline to Return Absentee Ballot
For full details on all voter deadlines, see the Voter Deadlines page at My Vote Wisconsin.
Absentee Ballots & In-Person Absentee Voting
The request period for absentee ballots and early in-person absentee voting has ended as of Friday, March 29 at 5:00pm. You can either request that an absentee ballot be mailed to you or you can stop by the Town Hall with your Photo ID and vote early in person. You can request an absentee ballot by mail/paper or online via My Vote Wisconsin. If you are not yet registered as a voter in the Town of Lodi, then that is your first step. See the Register To Vote section below.
Spring Primary Election: Tue, Feb 19
The Spring Primary Election was held on Tuesday, February 19, 2019.
Results of Spring Primary for Town Board Chairperson
- Bob Collins - 109
- Brian Henry - 124
- James Bechen - 84
2019 Election Dates & Notices
- February 19, 2019: Spring Primary
- April 2, 2019: Spring Election
|Notice of February 13, 2019 Public Test of Voting Equipment for the February 19, 2019 Spring Primary||PDF|
|Notice of February 19, 2019 Spring Primary||PDF|
|Sample Ballot for February 19, 2019 Spring Primary||PDF|
|Notice of February 19, 2019 Spring Primary - Voting by Absentee Ballot||PDF|
|Notice of March 27, 2019 Public Test of Voting Equipment for the April 2, 2019 Election||PDF|
|Notice of April 2, 2019 Location & Hours of Polling Places||PDF|
|Notice of April 2, 2019 Local Election||PDF|
|Notice of April 2, 2019 Judicial Election||PDF|
Running for Local Office
See the Running for Local Office page for more details and the required forms. Offices that will be up for election in 2020 include:
- Town Board - Supervisor 3 (currently held by TBA)
- Town Board - Supervisor 4 (currently held by Jon Plumer)
- Lodi School District Board - Seat (currently held by Sue Miller)
- Lodi School District Board - Seat (currently held by H. Adam Steinberg)
General Election Resources
Photo ID Required To Vote
Remember that you will need to show a Photo ID to the poll workers on election day. For most residents, that will probably be your Wisconsin driver license. There are several other acceptable Photo ID's such as a U.S. passport, a military ID card or a State Photo ID card available for free from the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles.
Register To Vote
Registering to vote in your local municipality is the first step to participate in any election in Wisconsin. All voters must be registered. You only need to register once unless you move to a new home address, in which case you would need to register again with the new address. When you register to vote, you are simply declaring the exact address where you live and providing proof of residence at that address.
The registration process does two things: it limits each voter to one specific address and it uses that address to determine all of the voting jurisdictions that apply to you for each election. The process of voter registration places you within one specific voting ward of your local municipality (village, city or town). The Town of Lodi is divided into five voting wards. The Town of Lodi also has three special voting districts: the Okee Sanitary District, the Harmony Grove Sanitary District, and the Harmony Grove Lake Protection District.
You can register to vote electronically at MyVote Wisconsin, by mail, or in person at the Town Hall. Please bring your Photo ID (and a proof of residence if your Photo ID will not also accomplish that) to the Town Hall during weekday business hours. It is recommended to register ahead of time, however It is also possible to register to vote on the day of the election.
What Offices Appear On The Ballot
Ballots can include offices at every level of government (local, county, state and federal). Terms of office vary for different positions. See our Elected Representatives for the Town of Lodi page for a complete summary of every possible elected office that may appear on a Town of Lodi ballot. One or more referendum questions could also be on the ballot, if any have been filed.
Chief Election Inspectors
| Jodi Burgess|
|Trish Frankland |
|Catherine Manowske |
| Joan Marshall|
|Eileen Mathwig |
|Tom Quackenboss |