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April 5, 2016 "Spring Presidential Preference Election" Information

Election Results

Statement of Absentee

Other information:
Official TYPE A NOTICE - Upcoming elections.
Official TYPE B NOTICE - Notice of general elections and Presidential Preference Vote
Official TYPE C NOTICE - Notice of Referendum, Nicolet High School District
Official TYPE D NOTICE - Polling place hours and location.
Official TYPE E NOTICE - Voting by absentee ballot information.
Public Test Announcement

Sample Ballot Ward 1
Sample Ballot Ward 2 - Glendale - River Hills
Sample Ballot Ward 2 - Maple Dale - Indian Hills
Sample Ballot Ward 3


Additional polling place information

Proper Voter Photo ID REQUIRED


The newly enacted Voter Photo ID Bill may require voters to spend more time casting a ballot.  We will attempt to keep the lines to a minimum, but cannot guarantee there will not be a short wait.  Please plan accordingly.

Voter Registration Changes

The residency requirement has changed from 10 days to 28 consecutive days.  Please refer to the above chart to determine eligibility dates for the upcoming elections.  Please also be aware that Electors can no longer use a corroborating witness as a proof of residency to register.

University and college students may establish residency for registration by using the combination of a college ID with a photo and a fee payment receipt dated no earlier than nine months before the election.

Registration ends at 5 p.m. on the Friday before Election Day and begins again on Election Day.  No registration will be allowed on the Monday before Election Day.

Absentee Changes

In-person absentee voting begins the third Monday before the election.  By law, even if the ballots are in the clerk’s office, electors cannot vote in the clerk’s office until this date.

In- person voting ends at 5:00 p.m. on the Friday before Election Day.  By law, no in-person absentee voting can take place on the Saturday, Sunday or Monday before the election.

In Person Voting

Information will be provided pertaining to the new election laws in an effort to educate the electors.

Please contact us at Village of River Hills Clerk’s Office, PH:  414-352-8213 should you have any questions

Use the following links to obtain additional election information and forms directly from the GAB’s website:


Voter Public Access, Where to Vote and Sample Ballots (This is the State Voter System)

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