The City Elections Office is located in the First Floor of City Hall (203 South Farwell Street), at the North end of the building (closest to the public library).
Telephone (715) 839-4913 Fax (715) 839-6177
For general election information, contact the City Elections office at 715 839-4913 or go to the My Vote Wisconsin website (https://myvote.wi.gov). There you can see a list of the candidates that will be on your ballot, get information on voter registration, and even check your voting history.
2016 ElectionsThe dates for the 2016 elections are:
• February 16 - Spring Primary - Absentee voting in care facilities.
• April 5 - Spring Election - See a list of candidates.
• August 9 - Partisan Primary
• November 8 - General / Presidential Election
Voter Photo ID Required
The Wisconsin Division of Motor Vehicles has a new policy to help people get a free state ID card.
Learn how by visiting the DMV website.
Election Forms for VotersMany election forms are available for downloading from the Elections Division of the State Governmental Accountability Board. Links to the Voter Registration form and Absentee Ballot Request form are provided below.
VOTER REGISTRATION (Get more information here.)
ABSENTEE VOTING (Get more information here.)
- Absentee Ballot request form (English)
- Absentee Ballot request form (Hmong)
- Absentee Ballot request form (Spanish)
If you want an absentee ballot mailed to you, submit an absentee ballot request either by regular mail or e-mail to City Elections, 203 S Farwell St, Eau Claire WI 54701.
Where do I vote?Click here for more information
Unsure if you are registered or where you would vote? At My Vote Wisconsin, voters can look up their polling place and other election-related information using a new function of the state's voter registration system.
• Look up your voter registration and polling place location
• Look up polling place location for an address
The City of Eau Claire is always looking for citizens to work at the polls during elections. Election officials (poll workers) register new voters, give voters credit in the poll books to those who vote, answer questions, hand out and explain ballots, and work with ballot counting equipment. Training sessions are held before each election. Currently, poll workers are paid $8.00/hour, including the training sessions. The polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. A full day for most workers lasts from approximately 6:00 a.m. to 10 p.m. Some poll workers do work half day shifts, either from 6:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or from noon to close. If you are interested in working at the polls or if you have questions, please call the City Election Office at (715) 839 - 4913.