The City of Madison Clerk’s Office is collaborating with organizations across the community to offer voter registration drives on Tuesday.
The City of Madison’s Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee is seeking feedback from the public on two scenarios for alder redistricting.
The City of Madison Common Council passed an honoring resolution on Tuesday calling for the celebration of the inaugural Civic Season from Juneteenth through Independence Day in Madison.
Provisional voters have until 4:00 pm Friday to provide the City of Madison Clerk’s Office with their photo identification.
The City of Madison Clerk’s Office put together a top five list of things to know for tomorrow’s Spring Election.
Voter registration is not available the Saturday, Sunday, or Monday before an election, but you are able to register at your polling place on Election Day.
The City of Madison Clerk’s Office has had to move many polling places since the February Spring Primary and the November General Election.
Accessibility to voting is just one way the City of Madison Clerk’s Office achieves its goal of making sure that every eligible voter is able to cast a ballot and have that ballot counted.
The City of Madison Clerk’s Office invites the public to observe its public test of election equipment this weekend.
In-person absentee voting will begin Tuesday, Mar. 23, at several locations throughout the City of Madison.
What will you need to bring with you if you’re voting absentee in person?
The City of Madison’s secure ballot drop boxes are now open for the April 6 Spring Election. The boxes provide a secure way for City of Madison absentee voters to return their ballots to the City Clerk’s Office.
Several offices are up for election on April 6: