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Celestine Jeffreys, Chief of Staff, Celestine.Jeffreys@greenbaywi.gov (best); 920-448-3006
Mayor Genrich News Conference to Outline Nov. 3 Election Plans, Options and Resources
Ballot Drop Boxes installed; locations announced
(Green Bay, WI) Mayor Eric Genrich and Celestine Jeffreys, Chief of Staff, will conduct a news conference on Tuesday at 12:30 pm in front of City Hall to review the city’s plans, options and resources for the Nov. 3 Presidential Election.
Who: Mayor Eric Genrich
Celestine Jeffreys, Chief of Staff
When: Tuesday, October 13, 12:30 PM
Where: In front of City Hall, corner of Jefferson and Walnut (100 N. Jefferson)
What: The News Conference will take place in front of one of five City of Green Bay ballot drop boxes that are now installed and available for ballot drop off for City of Green Bay residents.
Drop Box locations:
1. City Hall Drop Box, 100 N. Jefferson Street
2. East Main Drop Box, 2256 W. Main Street Frontage Road
3. Sears Drop Box, 803 S. Military Avenue
4. Festival Drop Box, 2250 W. Mason Street
5. McAuliffe Drop Box, 405 Kristy Lee Court
About the drop boxes:
Security: Boxes are bolted to the ground, locked with a security seal and are under surveillance.
Ballot Collection: Daily M-F (as of 10/9/2020). Collections will become more frequent closer to and on Election Day. Ballots may be dropped until 7 p.m. Nov. 3. (Between 7-8pm on Nov. 3, ballots must be delivered to City Hall).
Note: drop boxes are for Green Bay residents only. If ballots for a neighboring municipality are mistakenly dropped here, Green Bay will send to the proper municipality, if there is time. For voters who are unsure if they are residents of Green Bay are advised to go to www.myvote.wi.gov, or call 920-448-3010.