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Election Information

2024 Elections


Spring Primary- Tuesday, February 20 - No Primary for Town of Oregon. 

Spring Election- Tuesday, April 2

In-person Absentee Voting Hours April 2024

4.2.2024 Type E

Notice of Public Test for Spring Election April 2nd, 2024

4-2-24 Type B Notice of Spring Election and sample ballots.

Sample_Apr2024 Oregon Ballots_DaneCounty

Sample_Apr2024 Belleville Ballots_DaneCounty

Type D Notice of Location and Hours - April 2024




Partisan Primary- Tuesday, August 13

General Election- Tuesday, November 5


Local Candidate Filings to Date
Town Board Supervisor (2 open positions) -
Election Polling Place Hours: 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Polling Location:  1138 Union Road Oregon, WI 53575
Interested in running for local office?

How to Run for Local Office

Elections for local offices are held the first Tuesday in April every year. Elected offices for the Town of Oregon include the Town Board (one Chairperson and four Town Supervisors) and the Joint Municipal Judge. Town Board terms run for two years and are staggered, with the Chairperson and 2 Supervisors elected in odd years, 2 Supervisors elected in even years.  The Municipal Judge term is 4 years, with the current term beginning on May 1, 2019.

Candidates for Town of Oregon elected offices are selected by the Nomination Paper method. Please see ELIS-7 Nomination Ballot Access Checklist - Spring 2023 for specific requirements.

Candidates may begin circulating nomination papers no earlier than December 1st in the year preceding the election. Completed EL-169 Nomination Paper for Nonpartisan Office (with at least 20 signatures of Town residents), a Campaign Registration Statement, and EL-162 Declaration of Candidacy must all be turned in to the Clerk by 5:00 P.M. on the first Tuesday in January (or Wednesday, if Tuesday is a holiday).  If more than two candidates turn completed nomination papers for the same office, a primary election will be held on the third Tuesday of February.

Placement (order) of candidate names on the ballot will be determined by a random drawing at a time and location noticed by the Clerk.

In addition to the above, Municipal Judge candidates must also complete and submit a Statement of Economic Interests (SEI) to the Wisconsin Ethics Commission office using the website https://sei.wi.gov, no later than the third day following the deadline for nomination papers, or the candidate’s name will not appear on the ballot. Wis. Stat. §§ 8.10(5), 8.30(3), 19.43(4).

For more information on campaign finance reporting requirements, see https://ethics.wi.gov/Pages/CampaignFinance/CampaignFinance.aspx

For more information on running for local office, see the Non-Partisan Local Office area at https://elections.wi.gov/candidates/local-candidates#230548828-1556562227












Please visit https://myvote.wi.gov/en-us/  for information such as Voter Information, Request Absentee Ballot, Sample Ballot, Voter Activity, Polling Place Location, Elected Officials.

Polling Location:

Oregon Town Hall, 1138 Union Rd., Oregon, WI 53575

Polling Hours on Election Day:

7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

You are not allowed to pick-up a ballot for yourself or anyone else (unless hospitalized where certain conditions must be followed).

Absentee Ballots by Mail:

You may return completed absentee ballots to the Oregon Town Hall by mail or drop off during open office hours.

To request an absentee ballot or check the status of an absentee ballot or to view voting history, please visit  https://myvote.wi.gov/.


Contact Clerk's Office at 835-3200

Link to Wisconsin Elections Commission:

Wisconsin Elections Commission

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