2020 Election Dates

  • Tuesday, February 18  - Spring Primary Election
  • Tuesday, April 7 - Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary
  • Tuesday, May 12 - Special Election - Congressional District 7
  • Tuesday, August 11 - Partisan Primary Election
  • Tuesday, November 3 - General Election

2020 Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary Absentee Voting Hours

  • Tuesday, March 17 – Friday, April 3
    (M – F, 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.; Friday, Apr 3 open until 5:00 p.m.)

Offices to be Elected at the 2020 Spring Election

  • Presidential Preference Vote
  • Justice of Supreme Court
  • Court of Appeals Judge
  • Circuit Court Judge
  • County, Municipal and School District Offices 

Board of Trustee candidates on Tuesday, April 7 Ballot 

 Office  Candidates
 Village Trustee Mark Maloney (Incumbent)
 Village Trustee Loren White
Village Trustee  Yee Leng Xiong (Incumbent)
 Village Trustee Steven Cronin
 Village Trustee Hooshang Zeyghami (Incumbent)

Badger Book (Electronic Poll Book)

NEW: Election workers will now use Badger Book (an electronic poll book) to check in voters. The "Badger Book" is poll book software that is specific to Wisconsin elections practices and statutes. 

The Badger Book is primarily used to:
  • Assign voter numbers
  • Process absentee ballots
  • Register voters on Election Day
The Badger Book electronically assigns the voter number, which eliminates manual tracking by election workers. Each of the above processes were chosen and designed based on feedback provided by clerks and election workers from across the state. After Election Day, a data file generated from the Badger Book is used to upload election participation results and Election Day Registration information into the statewide voter registration system.

The Badger Book is the only electronic poll book software created with direct integration to the statewide voter registration system. Badger Books do not use an internet connection. A router and an encrypted, password protected USB memory stick, is used at each polling location. The router facilitates communication locally between Badger Book machines. The USB stick is used to transfer data from an internet-connection computer to the Badger Book server machine.

Voter registration is required in Wisconsin. How do I register?

  • Online during open registration (20 days or more prior to an election) at myvote.wi.gov. Must have a current and valid Wisconsin Driver License or Wisconsin State ID card.
  • By mail during open registration (20 days or more prior to an election).
  • In the clerk’s office, up until the Friday before the election by 5:00 p.m.
  • Your voting location on Election Day
You MUST provide proof of residency when registering to vote by mail, in the Clerk's office or at your voting location. To see which documents are acceptable for proof of residency, see page two of the WI Voter Registration Application.

Where do I vote on Election Day?

The Village has four voting sites. To be sure you go to the correct location on Election Day, please visit www.westonwi.gov/Mapping. Under the Search button, type in your address (abbreviating St, Rd, etc.) and select the Search button. The address will pop up, and a Parcel box will appear on the map. In the Parcel box, click on District Information. The row titled Ward will be your voting location.

All polling locations are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Absentee Voting

Any voter who prefers to vote by absentee ballot may request one by mail, email, or fax. Please visit myvote.wi.gov for more information. In-person Absentee voting ends the Friday before the election at 5:00 p.m.at the Weston Municipal Center.

Photo ID Required to Vote

If you have a photo ID, check if it’s an acceptable form of ID.
If you do not have a photo ID, you can get a Wisconsin state ID card free.

Sample Ballots

To see a sample ballot for an upcoming election please visit myvote.wi.gov.

Election Results & Provisional Ballots

Review local election results.

Provisional Ballots

Number of provisional ballots for the February 18, 2020 Election:
Number of Ballots
Wards 1, 2, 4, 5
Wards 3, 8
Wards 6, 7
Wards 9-13