The spring primary election is Tuesday, February 20, 2018. The polls will be open from 7am to 8pm, and candidates for Wisconsin state supreme court justice are on the ballot.
If you are eligible to vote (U.S. citizen and age 18 or over), you are strongly encouraged to exercise your right to vote and have your voice heard.
Vote in the City of Appleton
The polling location for students living on campus (District 4) is at the Memorial Presbyterian Church (corner of Meade Street and College Avenue). Students residing off campus can find their polling location on the city clerk's website.
While Lawrence University provides proof of residency and proof of enrollment for students living on campus, students living off campus will have to provide proof of residency and will have to print a current class schedule as proof of enrollment. For students who live on campus - voter registration officials at Memorial Presbyterian Church will be provided with proof of students' street addresses, as provided by the university (the mailing address of the Warch Campus Center is not the same as a campus residence street address) and proof of enrollment (same list).
To find out where you are registered to vote, go to www.myvote.wi.gov. Enter your name and birthdate. Even if you're not registered to vote in the state of Wisconsin, Wisconsin has same-day voter registration at the polling location.
Questions? If you have questions about voter registration or absentee voting, please contact the Appleton City Clerk’s Office at (920) 832-6443. You also can email Greg Griffin, Warch Campus Center director, or Curt Lauderdale, dean of students, who are coordinating student voting efforts at Lawrence.