Are you interested in being a poll worker? We'd love to have you! Please send an email or call 715-235-3853 and let the clerk know of your interest!

Click here to learn more from the Wisconsin Elections Commission about being a poll worker.

How do I register to vote?

What are the options for voting?

  • In person at the town hall on election day: see the right sidebar for upcoming election days.
  • Absentee by mail: see below for how to request an absentee ballot.
  • In-person absentee voting: the clerk will set at least two sessions prior to each election day at the town hall. You will be given a ballot to vote then and there (you cannot take the ballot home). Your ballot is sealed in an envelope and processed on election day.
    • You can also register to vote or drop off an absentee ballot received by mail on these days.

Absentee Ballots (By Mail and In Person)

You don’t have to head to your polling place on election day to vote. In Wisconsin, voters have many safe and secure ways to participate in elections — including voting by absentee ballot. With absentee voting, you can:

  • Fill out a ballot at the town hall before Election Day, or
  • Receive your ballot by mail and either mail in your completed ballot or drop it off at the town hall

If you want to receive your ballot by mail, the clerk must receive the request by 5:00 pm on the 5th day before an election. Overseas voters should allow for at least two weeks to receive and mail their ballot in time for the election.

The easiest and fastest way to request an absentee ballot is to click on the My Vote image on the right side of this page. Once at My Vote, select "Vote Absentee by Mail" and follow the instructions there. It is very easy and takes only a few minutes, and the request is received by the clerk immediately after it is submitted. No need to wonder how long it will take for the clerk to get it in the mail.

You can also complete an "Application for Absentee Ballot" and send it via e-mail or mail (E2301 State Rd. 29, Menomonie, WI 54751) to the clerk, or place it in the secure drop box outside the SW corner of the town hall. Follow all instructions on page 2 of the form, and include a copy of your Photo ID (accepted IDs are on page 2). You must first verify that you are a registered voter by confirming on My Vote (click on the image on the right side of this page).

2024 Election Days

August 13: Partisan Primary
Federal, state, and/or county offices

November 5: General Election
Presidential, U.S. Senate, U.S. House, State Senate, State Assembly, County Constitutional Officers

Polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm on all election days. The polling location is the Lucas Town Hall, E2301 State Road 29, Menomonie.

Click the My Vote image below to:

  • Check your voter registration status
  • Register to vote online
  • Update your voter information
  • Request an absentee ballot
  • Track your ballot
  • See what's on the ballot

Important Links

For election information and results, visit the Dunn County Elections website

Find out more about elections in Wisconsin by visiting the Wisconsin Elections Commission website