Current News Releases
03/31/2018 Ten Things for Voters to Know for Election Day
The Madison City Clerk’s Office would like voters to know ten things for this Tuesday’s election:
03/28/2018 Mayor Soglin, City Clerk Witzel-Behl Encourage Voter Participation
City Clerk Maribeth Witzel-Behl joined Madison Mayor Paul Soglin today to report that Madisonians are again turning out at the polls in advance of next week’s election.
03/23/2018 Public Test of Election Equipment on Saturday
The City Clerk’s Office is conducting its public test of election equipment on a Saturday in order to make the process more accessible to the public.
09/26/2017 Behind the Scenes Look at the Voter Registration List
Across the City of Madison today, voters will celebrate National Voter Registration Day by registering to vote. What they won’t see is all that is happening behind the scenes to protect the integrity of the poll list.
09/25/2017 Tuesday Is National Voter Registration Day
This Tuesday the City of Madison will join hundreds of communities nationwide in celebrating National Voter Registration Day.
09/20/2017 National Voter Registration Day 2017
On Tuesday, September 26, the City of Madison will join hundreds of communities nationwide in celebrating National Voter Registration Day.
04/04/2017 Voting Hours at Revival Ridge (Ward 76) Extended to 9:30 p.m.
Voters in Madison Ward 76 have until 9:30 p.m. to cast a ballot at the Revival Ridge polling location.
04/03/2017 Five Things the Clerk’s Office Would Like Voters to Know this Tuesday
The Madison City Clerk’s Office would like voters to know five things for this Tuesday’s election:
04/03/2017 Spring Election Absentee Turnout
The City of Madison issued a total of 5,325 ballots to in-person absentee voters for the April 4 Spring Election. That total is just 225 ballots less than the number of absentee ballots cast in person for the 2016 Preside
03/31/2017 City Sets Another Absentee Voting Record
City of Madison voters set a new record Friday for the number of absentee ballots cast in-person for a Spring Election that did not include a presidential primary.
03/30/2017 Voter Turnout Increases on Campus
Voter turnout for campus polling locations took a significant leap in February 2017.
03/28/2017 In-Person Absentee Voting Available at Edgewood College
City of Madison residents attending Edgewood College are able to vote absentee on campus this Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. The location for absentee voting at Edgewood College will be: