The city clerk serves as the chief election official for the City of Middleton, prepares city election ballots, publishes election notices, prepares and distributes absentee ballots, provides information on polling place accessibility to state/federal, and maintains current voter registration files and lists.

Election Day Polling Places

  • Wards 1-4, 9, 19 and 20 vote in Friendship Hall at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 7337 Hubbard Avenue
  • Wards 5-8 vote in the dining area at St. Bernard’s Parish Center, 7436 University Avenue
  • Wards 14-18 vote in the gymnasium at the District Service Center, 7106 South Avenue
  • Wards 10-13, 22 vote in the courtroom at the Middleton Courthouse / Police Station 7341 Donna Drive

  • The polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm on election day.

    Where do I Vote?

     Find out where you vote on the MyVote website. 

    What's New at the Polls

    New in 2020!
    The City of Middleton has transitioned from paper poll books to electronic poll books for checking in voters. 
    The voter assistance machines (automark) have also been replace with Express Votes.  These machines assist voters in marking their ballot.

    Learn about Wisconsin's Voter Photo ID Law

    Learn about Wisconsin Voter Photo ID Law at http://bringit.wisconsin.gov/

    City of Middleton Photo ID Brochure

    Acceptable forms of Photo ID Handout

    Election Resources

  • Ward Map
  • Candidate Resources

  • My Vote

    Use the MyVote Website to:
    • Check your Voter Status
    • Check your Polling Location
    • View your Sample Ballot
    • View your Elected Officials
    • View the Status of your Absentee Ballot
    • Register to Vote