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2018 Spring Election EL-190NF: Election Voting and Registration Statistics Report

Date: 
April 3, 2018
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Note regarding the EL-190NF: Election Voting and Registration Statistics Report

As of May 4, 2018, 42 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 Clinton and Town of Maple Plain; Calumet County - Town of Brotherton and Village of Hilbert; Clark County - Town of Hendren, Town of Hewett, Town of Hixon, Town of Lynn, Town of Mayville and Town of Withee; Dane County - Town of Mazomanie, Village of Marshall and Village of Mount Horeb; Dodge County - Town of Elba; Douglas County - City of Superior; Eau Claire County - Town of Ludington; Iron County - City of Hurley; Jackson County - Town of Komensky and City of Black River Falls; Juneau County - Town of Plymouth and City of Mauston; Kenosha County - City of Kenosha; Lincoln County - City of Tomahawk; Marinette County -  Town of Beecher and Town of Wagner; Menominee County - Town of Menominee; Outagamie County - City of Kaukauna; Ozaukee County - Town of Belgium; Polk County - Town of Apple River and Town of McKinley; Racine County - Village of Waterford; St. Croix County - City of Hudson; Sawyer County - Town of Hayward; Trempealeau County - Village of Trempealeau and City of Independence; Walworth County - Village of Williams Bay; Waukesha County - Village of Summit and City of Waukesha; Wood County - Town of Wood. 

As of May 15, 2018, 23 of Wisconsin's 1,857 municipalities have not completed their statutorily-required reports:

Adams County - Town of Adams; Barron County - Town of Maple Plain; Clark County - Town of Hendren, Town of Hewett, Town of Hixon, Town of Lynn and Town of Mayville; Dane County - Village of Marshall; Iron County - City of Hurley; Jackson County - Town of Komensky and City of Black River Falls; Juneau County - Town of Plymouth and City of Mauston; Kenosha County - City of Kenosha; Lincoln County - City of Tomahawk; Menominee County - Town of Menominee; Polk County - Town of Apple River and Town of Mckinley; Sawyer County - Town of Hayward; Trempealeau County - Town of Caledonia, Village of Trempealeau and City of Independence; Waukesha County - Village of Summit

As of June 15, 2018, 11 of Wisconsin's 1,857 municipalities had not completed their statutorily-required reports:

Adams County - Town of Adams; Dane County - Village of Marshall; Jackson County - Town of Komensky, City of Black River Falls; Juneau County - Town of Plymouth; Lincoln County - City of Tomahawk; Menominee County - Town of Menominee; Polk County - Town of Apple River, Town of Mckinley; Portage County - Town of Belmont; Sawyer County - Town of Hayward

As of July 13, 2018, 7 of Wisconsin's 1,857 municipalities had not completed their statutorily-required reports:

Dane County - Village of Marshall; Juneau County - Town of Plymouth; Lincoln County - City of Tomahawk; Menominee County - Town of Menominee; Polk County - Town of McKinley; Sawyer County - Town of Hayward; Walworth County - Town of Sharon

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 Election 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 July 2, 2018. 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.