**If you have not voted in four years you will need to register again.
Absentee Voting through the Mail
Send us the form or a letter requesting an absentee ballot be mailed to you.
Include your name, address, phone number, and signature.
You will need to provide Photo ID if you are not requesting to be put on the indefinitely confined list, are in the military, or overseas – permanently.
Send the request to:
100 N. Jefferson St. Rm. 106
Green Bay, WI 54301
If you are registering through the mail you will need to provide Proof of Residence.
*There will be a postage paid envelope enclosed to mail back the absentee ballot.
Also see My Vote Wisconsin for other options.
The City Clerk’s Office is responsible for the management of voter data and the coordination and execution of elections for the City of Green Bay in accordance with Wisconsin State Statute. The Wisconsin Elections Commission oversees municipal compliance with Wisconsin’s election laws throughout the entire state.
- City Election Schedule
- Polling Locations
- Map of Districts and Wards
- Sample Calendar of Events
- Schedule for Nursing Home Care Facilities-Nothing Scheduled at this Time
- Election Inspector Job Description
- Election Inspector Application
Most Requested Forms:
- Voter Registration Application – Timing and the manner of submission is key to acceptance of this form.
- Absentee Application – (PLEASE NOTE: If you are not registered to vote at your current City of Green Bay address, you will also need to fill out the voter registration form)
Helpful Election Links:
Wisconsin Elections Commission – The Wisconsin Elections Commission is charged with oversight of Wisconsin’s elections.
My Vote Wisconsin – Information on voter registration, absentee ballots, polling place locations, and military and overseas voting for registered and non-registered eligible voters in Wisconsin.
*****Voter Photo ID Status: Required after April 7, 2015*****
The U.S. Supreme Court has affirmed the photo ID provisions of 2011 Wisconsin Act 23. A photo ID will be required to receive a ballot in all special and regular elections after April 7, 2015. To learn more about photo ID and voting, visit the Bring It to the Ballot website.
The Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles has a new policy to help people get a free state ID card.