Alder Lindsay Lemmer
210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-4071
Fax: (608) 267-8669
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Alder Lemmer’s Updates
April 7 election updates
In addition to mailing, you can also drop off your completed absentee ballot in the book drops at Central, Pinney or Sequoya Libraries through noon on Tuesday, April 7.
You can curbside vote at the City County building through tomorrow, Friday, April 3. The City of Madison has reserved parking meters on the 200 block of Martin Luther King, Jr., Boulevard for any City of Madison voter to register and/or vote from the curb. Just pull up to a parking meter in front of the City-County Building or Madison Municipal Building with a "No Parking - Police Order sign." If you have a cell phone, you can call the number posted on the sign at the meter to begin the curbside voting process. Otherwise, wave at one of the election officials standing in front of the building, wearing a bright yellow vest. Two officials will bring your ballot to your vehicle and will check your voter ID at your vehicle. If you have your own pen to use, wave it at the officials as they approach your vehicle. Note, they are sanitizing clipboards and pens after each use.
There is a shortage of election day workers and some locations are unavailable so several polling locations have changed.
In District 3, the following have changed:
Ward 8's polling location is now Fire Station #13, 6350 Town Center Dr
Ward 9's polling location is now Elvehjem Elementary School, 5106 Academy Dr
Ward 11's polling location is now Kennedy Elementary School, 221 Meadowlark Dr
The Clerk's office is setting up protocols for in person voting on April 7 to protect residents and poll workers.
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