Note regarding the EL-190NF: Election Voting and Registration Statistics Report
As of March 22, 2018, 43 of Wisconsin's 1,857 municipalities had not completed their statutorily-required reports:
Adams County - Town of Adams and Town of Lincoln; Barron County - Town of Cedar Lake, Town of Clinton, Town of Maple Plain, Town of Prairie Farm; Clark County - Town of Fremont, Tonw of Hewett, Town of Hixon, Town of Loyal, Town of Lynn; Dane County - Town of Mazomanie, Town of Primrose; Door County - Town of Sturgeon Bay, Village of Ephraim; Jackson County - Town of North Bend; Jefferson County - City of Waterloo; Kenosha County - Town of Brighton, City of Kenosha; Manitowoc County - Town of Cato; Marinette County - Town of Lake, Town of Silver Cliff; Milwaukee County - Village of Brown Deer, CIty of Milwaukee; Ozaukee County - Town of Port Washington; Polk County - Town of Apple River, Town of Clam Falls, Town of McKinley; Price County - Town of Ogema; Rock County - City of Janesville; St. Croix County - Town of Cady, City of Hudson; Trempealeau County - Town of Sumner; Walworth County - Town of Lyons, City of Whitewater; Washington County - Village of Richfield; Waukesha County - Village of Lac La Belle, City of Waukesha; Winnebago County - Town of Black Wolf, Town of Wolf River; Wood County - Town of Lincoln, Town of Remington, Village of Rudolph.
As of April 18, 2018, 9 municipalities have not completed their statutorily-required reports:
Adams County - Town of Adams; Barron County - Town of Clinton; Door County - Town of Sturgeon Bay; Jackson County - Town of North Bend; Jefferson County - City of Waterloo; Kenosha County - City of Kenosha; Manitowoc County - City of Manitowoc; Monroe County - Village of Warrens; Price County - Town of Ogema.
As of May 15, 2018, all municipalites have completed their statutorily-required reports.
For information about what information municipalities are required to report, please consult the EL-190-NF form. The blank form and the Help Guide are valuable for interpreting results.
Note regarding the Election Day Registration Postcards Report
The 2018 Spring Primary Election Day Registration (EDR) Postcards statistics report should not be construed as a final accounting and has not been audited by Commission staff for errors.
This report reflects the information reported by each municipal clerk and/or election commission as of February 21, 2019. While initial reports are due 90 days after a state or federal election, clerks have the ability to update their data as more specific information becomes available.
A list of municipalities that have not completed their EDR reporting requirements is included on sheet 2 in the posted report.