IMPORTANT UPDATE: Voting Locations Consolidated
The City of Sun Prairie will be consolidating from 8 polling places down to 1 polling place for the April 7th Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary because of Election Official shortages resulting from COVID-19. The City will be utilizing Sun Prairie High School, located at 888 Grove St, as the polling place.
Clerk’s Office staff have been working hard to getprecautions in place for Election Day and have taken the following measures:
- Handsanitizer will be readily available for Election Officials and voters.
- Facemasks will be available for Election Officials.
- Gloveswill be available for Election Officials.
- Plexiglass dividers are being builtto be used at the Badger Book stations and the Ballot Table.
- Cleaning wipes will be usedto clean surfaces hourly.
- Social distancing will beactively encouraged throughout the entire voting process.
- SunPrairie Fire Department will be assisting with crowd control and ensuring thatsocial distancing guidelines are followed.
However, the Clerk’s Office urges voters in Sun Prairie to avoid going tothe polls on Election Day and vote absentee instead, if possible.
“We want everyone who is eligible and who wants to vote to be able to do sosafely,” Elena Hilby, City Clerk said. “Absentee voting will greatly reducecrowds at polling places on Election Day, which will make social distancingmuch easier.”
The City Clerk is charged with ensuring that the electoral process is fair, accurate, and impartial.
To view your voter record, check your voter status, and check your polling place location, voting history, absentee ballot status and sample ballot, visit the My Vote Wisconsin website.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: Online Voter Registration Deadline Extended
Pursuant to a federal court order issued last night, the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) is working to reactivate the online voter registration functionality of MyVote Wisconsin through March 30, 2020.
WEC staff is attempting to implement the Court’s decision as promptly as possible. This will require developing changes to MyVote Wisconsin, testing and then implementing those modifications. Especially this close to an election, it is important that they ensure that these changes are implemented successfully and that they do not inadvertently impact other functionalities of the system.
It is equally important that all local election officials are aware of the Court’s order and comply with it consistently throughout the State; the city of Sun Prairie is dedicated to this goal. WEC staff hopes to complete the change back to online registration within a few days (please be patient with them and us) and will inform clerks and the public when that functionality is again available. The city of Sun Prairie will work just as diligently to ensure our residents are provided with the most current information.
Click here to see a copy of the Court’s decision.
Click here for important information about the Wisconsin Elections Commission’s response to COVID-19.
Update Your Address Online
This online system will allow you to change your Wisconsin residence and/or mailing address for your Wisconsin driver license/ID.
To use this online system, you must enter the following:
- Your Wisconsin driver license number or Wisconsin identification card number
- The last four digits of your social security number, and
- Your date of birth
Update Your Address Online with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV)