Elections & Voting

Upcoming Elections

April 2, 2024 - Spring & Presidential Preference Election
August 13, 2024 - Partisan Primary
November 5, 2024 - General Election

Provisional Ballots Issued on Election Day: 

Become an Election Official - Email vote@menomonee-falls.org or call 262-532-4201 for more information.

Public Notices

Type A Notice - Notice of ElectionType D Notice - Polling Location(s) & HoursCare Facility Public Notice
Type E Notice - Absentee VotingNotice of Public Test

In-Person Absentee Voting

In-person absentee voting takes place two weeks before each election and ends at 5 p.m. on the Friday preceding the election. Voters may come into Village Hall, show proof of identification and receive an absentee ballot. Remember, you must be registered to vote before requesting an absentee ballot. Please watch for our notices as to specific dates and times of in-person absentee voting.

What’s on My Ballot?

To see a sample ballot visit MyVote and enter in your address. 

For any other information or questions please call 262-532-4201 or email Clerk Services

Voter History and Election Results

You may view the Unofficial Election Results via Waukesha County's website here.

After each election, voter history is recorded by hand. Depending on how many voters participate in an election, it can take up to 4 weeks to complete the voter history records. You are always able to check MyVote to see if your history has been recorded. Please remember the 4 week timeline and be patient with staff as we work diligently to enter records following Election Day. Contact Clerk Services by calling 262-532-4201 or email if after 4 weeks you do not see your voter history recorded. 

Other Helpful Sites:

How to Register to VoteRegister to Vote
How to Register for an Absentee BallotRequest an Absentee Ballot
Military VotersInformation
Voter ID InformationPhoto ID
Wisconsin Elections Commissionelections.wi.gov
Wisconsin Voter Public Access - Office Holders and Voting DistrictsMyVote
Voter Information SearchVoter Info
Voter Registration FormEL-131
Free state ID Card for Voting -  IDPPBring it to the Ballot

  1. Absentee Voting
  2. Voter Registration
  3. Where do I vote?