Mail-In Absentee Voting

November 3rd, 2020 General Election

All ballots must be received no later than 8:00 PM on Election Day, November 3rd. 

To Vote by Mail-In Absentee Voter’s Must:

  • Be a registered voter with the Town of Ledgeview
  • Have your photo ID must be on file with the Town of Ledgeview

Ways to Request an Absentee Ballot by Mail:

  • On-line: At MyVoteWisconsin
    • Your Photo ID must be on file to mail the ballot. Simply attach a picture or scan of your Photo ID to the e-mail. (No selfies please)
  • By e-mail: You may  e-mail a request for an absentee ballot to cnagel@ledgeviewwisconsin.com.
    • The e-mail must include the following information:  Full Name, Date of Birth, Ledgeview Voting Address, Address to send the ballot to.
    • Your Photo ID must be on file to mail the ballot. Simply attach a picture or scan of your Photo ID to the e-mail. (No selfies please)
    • Absentee ballots will begin to be mailed as soon as they are available mid-March for those who have valid applications on file.
    • Applications received on or after the deadline will not be recognized.
  • By mail:  If you wish to submit an absentee ballot by mail, please follow the directions below.
    • Print off and complete an Wisconsin Application for Absentee Ballot
    • Be sure to sign and date the application
    • Your Photo ID must be on file in order to receive a ballot by mail.  (No selfies please)
    • Mail or drop off:  Town of Ledgeview Community Center, 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI  54115. The Application must be received prior to October 30th.  Applications received after will not be recognized.
  • In-Person:
    • Stop at the Community Center, 3700 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI
    • Complete the Absentee Ballot Request Form
    • Staff will make a copy of your photo ID

How to return an mail-in absentee ballot:

  • Mail it back – All return envelopes are self-addressed, postage paid envelopes.  The Unites States Post Office recommends mailing you ballot by October 27th to assure delivery by November 3rd.
  • Drop it off in a drop box – see link for drop box information.
  • Drop it off at the Clerk’s Office – 3700 Dickinson Road.
  • Drop it off at your polling place only on Election Day – 3700 Dickinson Road.

Absentee ballots may not be returned by email or fax.

Where’s the drop Box?

All ballots must be received no later than 8:00 PM on Election Day, November 3rd. 

Only Ledgeview Ballots should be placed in this drop box.  Ballots for other municipalities should be dropped in that municipality’s drop box or there will be a delay in the ballot being returned to the correct location to be counted.

Example: If your polling location is in De Pere, Bellevue, or Glenmore, your ballot MUST be returned the ballot to that municipality to be counted.  You MUST check the return address on the return envelope and use that municipality’s drop box.

Ledgeview’s drop box is located INSIDE the MAIN ENTRANCE DOOR  of the Community Center, 3700 Dickinson Road on the stone wall to the left of the door.

As you walk up to the Main Entrance of the Community Center, this sign on the door directing residents to the drop box.

The Main Entrance Door is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and well illuminated at all times.

Be sure to push the ballots through the second slot to assure secured delivery.

The drop box is checked several times a day and is safe to use.  Any paperwork that needs to be returned to any Town Offices can be done via the drop box.

Ballot status can also be tracked at MyVote.WI.gov.

Please contact us with any questions at 336-3360.