The Brillion News
Polling places opened at 7 a.m. throughout Wisconsin, and remain open for voting until 8 p.m.
Absentee ballots must be returned by 8 p.m. on Election Day, November 3.
Most voters may return absentee ballots to their municipal clerk's office or their normal polling place. Voters in these 39 cities, villages and towns must drop them off at the clerk's office or absentee ballot central counting location. Please follow the instructions that came with your ballot.
Visit MyVote.wi.gov to find your polling place, track your absentee ballot or find a secure drop off alternative.Looking for unofficial election results? You can find detailed Election Night returns on Wisconsin county clerks' websites. For unofficial statewide results, visit the websites of your favorite newspaper, TV station or radio station, or news website. The Wisconsin Election Commission does not have an official statewide Election Night reporting system.
[Photo at right: This pumpkin display in front of the Wrightstown Village Hall was done by the village staff to encourage people to vote on November 3.]
Because of the pandemic and higher numbers of absentee ballots, counting may take longer than normal and last into Wednesday. It doesn't mean there's a problem -- just that election officials are doing their jobs to make sure every legitimate ballot is counted accurately.
To check results on your county clerk's website, find it here: https://elections.wi.gov/clerks/directory/county-websites
~ Source: Wisconsin Elections Commission