Absentee Voting

In Person Absentee voting in the Clerk's office for the February 20, 2018 Spring Primary has not yet been determined. 

Special Voting Deputies for the City of Sun Prairie will be conducting absentee voting at all qualified care facilities the week of January 29, 2018.  More specific dates will be posted once we receive the ballots.
Mail out requests for absentee ballots will be processed within 24 hours of receiving the request and acceptable proof of photo ID.

The new law prohibits registration on the Saturday, Sunday, or Monday before the election.
A photo ID is now required to vote. the following links have great brochures with information to help you learn what you need to know in order to vote:



Absentee voters and citizens who vote at the polls on election day, DO need to present a photo ID.

On election day, voters will be required to sign the poll book AND show photo ID to receive their ballot. 

Absentee Requests by Mail/Email/Fax

Absentee requests must be received in the Clerk's office, along with a copy of your Photo ID, by 5pm the Thursday prior to each election, in order for them to be mailed out. Complete the EL-121 online or mail it in to our office at 300 E Main Street.  The Spanish and Hmong versions are also available there as well.
If faxing or emailing an absentee request, your registered name and address must be included, as well as your signature. A phone number to call you at if we have any questions at is extremely beneficial as well. If requesting to have your absentee ballot mailed to a different address, other than your Sun Prairie address, please include that full mailing address (including apartment/unit number, etc.). 

City Clerk's Office
300 East Main Street
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Fax: 608-825-6879

Indefinitely Confined/Military

Indefinitely confined and military voters requests for absentee must be received by 5:00pm the Friday prior to each election.