Absentee Voting Information

Voters MUST be registered to request an absentee ballot. Visit My Vote Wisconsin  (myvote.wi.gov) to confirm your registration status, OR to request your absentee ballot(s) online.

To request an absentee ballot via mail, please print the 
Absentee Ballot Request form, and return your completed form to the following address:

Superior City Clerk
1316 N. 14th St., Rm 200
Superior, WI 54880

If you are on our permanent absentee ballot list, nothing has changed. We will continue to send you ballots. If you want to confirm whether you're on the permanent absentee ballot list, please call our Voter Line at (715) 395-7383.

Request for Ballot by Mail
If you are unable to get to the poll site on election day, and are registered to vote, you may request an absentee ballot by completing the Absentee Ballot Request form (above).  The request must be signed by the voter and must include a copy of an acceptable ID, if applicable. If more than one person at the same address is requesting the Absentee Ballot, each person must submit a request.

Request for Ballot by E-Mail
You may also request an absentee ballot by emailing this office. You still need to be a registered voter to request an absentee ballot. In the e-mail we will need the following information: Your name; your address; the address to mail the ballot (if different than your home address); and which elections you want the ballot for. If you are eligible, you may request the ballot be sent to you for every election. If you are going to be out of town for a certain election, we will need to know which election you want the absentee ballot for.
Email your request to: voter@ci.superior.wi.us

Absentee ballot requests by mail MUST be received by the City Clerk's office no later than 5:00 p.m. the Thursday before the election (by State law, the last day the Clerk can mail an Absentee Ballot).

Requesting a Ballot in Person
If requesting a ballot in person at the City Clerk's office, the deadline is 5:00 p.m. the Friday before the Election. The new law prohibits absentee voting, and voter registration, the Saturday, Sunday, or Monday before an election. If your address has changed since you last voted, you will need to provide proof of residence as well as proof of ID. If your Drivers License has your correct address on it, that is all you will need.

Hospitalized voters may appoint an agent to pick up their ballot from the City Clerk's office on Election Day.

For more information see Sec. 6.86(3)(a)1, Wisconsin Legislature.

Notice: Absentee voting at area care facilities to be administered by Special Voting Deputies for the April 5th, 2022 Spring Election.