Voting & Election Information

Elections

November 6, 2018 (Fall General Election) – ELECTION RESULTS:

TOTAL VOTERS: 2,965

(Figures shown here are Town of Minocqua votes only; final tally may include other municipalities or statewide totals. Uncontested races not listed. Additional vote detail will be available on the Oneida County elections page.)

Governor/Lieutenant Governor
Scott Walker/Rebecca Kleefisch – 1,883
Tony Evers/Mandela Barnes – 1,012

Attorney General
Brad Schimel – 1,831
Josh Kaul – 1,045

Secretary of State
Jay Schroeder – 1,763
Doug La Follette – 1,129

State Treasurer
Travis Hartwig – 1,781
Sarah Godlewski – 1,049

US Senator
Leah Vukmir – 1,716
Tammy Baldwin – 1,205

US Congress – Dist. 7
Sean P. Duffy – 1,947
Margaret Engebretson – 953

State Assembly – 34th Dist.
Rob Swearingen – 1,864
Chris Meier – 1,043

County Sheriff
Grady Hartman – 2,102
Tom Wakely – 504
Larry Mathein (w/i) – 74

Town of Lynne Mining Referendum
Yes – 958
No – 1,897

Town of Minocqua PRAT Referendum
Yes – 1,644
No – 1,236

Remember: Acceptable photo ID is now required at all elections! [more]

Polling Place

The official polling place for all Town of Minocqua registered voters is the Minocqua Center Gymnasium, located at 415 Menominee Street in downtown Minocqua.

Polling Hours

Polls open at 7:00 A.M. and close at 8:00 P.M.

Voting Wards

Minocqua has seven voting wards. All residents vote at the polling place noted above, but you will need to know what ward you live in when voting. A large voting ward map is available for reference at the polling place (personal assistance available). You may also refer to the Voting Ward Map link at the bottom of this page to determine what ward you reside in.

Useful Links

Wisconsin Voter Public Access Website
Wisconsin Voter Registration
Wisconsin Absentee Ballot Request
Minocqua Voting Ward Map (4.5mb)