Voter Information

Election Staff

Meet the election workers that staff elections in the Mikana Town Hall.

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Maryhelen Drew

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Kathy Leners

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Carol Osmer

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Karen Scott

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Lavonne Thompson

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Grace Reisdorf

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Gladys Roux

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Sue Pagenkoph

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Carol Schlais

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Norma Jankowski

Request an Absentee Ballot

You can request an absentee ballot by mail to: Maryhelen Drew, P O Box 2013, Mikana, WI 54857 or call 715-234-4333. You must request an absentee ballot allowing enough time to receive the ballot from the clerk and getting it mailed back before election day.

You may also request an absentee ballot by e-mail: clerk@cedarlakets.com. This request must be made in time to mail back the ballot before election day.

OPTIONS AND DEADLINES FOR RETURNING YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT

  • U S Postal Service; Your completed absentee ballot must be received by the Town Clerk no later than 4 pm on the day before the election.
  • Other delivery (FedEx, hand-delivery, etc); Your completed absentee ballot must be delivered to the Town Clerk no later than 8 pm on Election Day.

IN PERSON ABSENTEE VOTING AT YOUR TOWN CLERK’S OFFICE (EARLY VOTING)

  • In-person absentee voting runs on weekdays for two weeks before an election, ending at 5 pm on the Friday before the election. Early voting is no longer permitted on weekends.

Next Scheduled Election

Tuesday, April 2, 2019

7am - 8pm

Make sure you bring a photo ID!

Recent Election Results

April 02, 2019

School Board
Michael Duerkop 13
Gary Spear          22
Joshua Estreen   27
Deanna Aubart    18

Supreme Court Judge
Brian Hagedorn 194
Lisa Neubaurer  100

Court of Appeals
Lisa Stark           240

Cedar Lake Board
Ken Leners         219
Tony Wolff           224
Kory Weiss          272
Maryhelen Drew  270
Gladys Roux        274

Nov 6th, 2018

STATEWIDE

GOVERNOR

Scott Walker/Rebecca Kleefisch         414 (Republican)

Tony Evers/Mandela Barnes               213  (Democratic)

Phillip Anderson/Patrick Baird            2 (Libertarian)

Michael J. White/Tiffany Anderson     4    (Wisconsin Green)

Maggie Turnbull/Wil Losch                  2    (independent)

Arnie Enz/No Candidate (Wisconsin Party)

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Brad Schimel (Republican)                 421

Josh Kaul (Democratic)                       198

Terry Larson (Constitution)                  8

SECRETARY OF STATE

Jay Schroeder (Republican)                408

Doug LaFollette (Democratic)            213

STATE TREASURER

Travis Hartwig (Republican)               408

Sarah Godlewski (Democratic)          206

Andrew Zuelke (Constitution)                8

CONGRESSIONAL

United States Senator

Leah Vukmir (Republican)                    398

Tammy Baldwin (Democratic)             239

Representative in Congress

District 7

Sean P. Duffy (Republican)                 423

Margaret Engebretson                        210

Ken Driessen (Independent Direct        4 Participatory Democracy)

Legislative

State Senator

District 25

James Bolen (Republican)                421

Janet Bewley (Democratic)              207

Representative to the Assembly

District 75

Romaine Robert Quinn (Repub)      442

Ali Holzman (Democratic)                 189

County

Sheriff

Chris Fitzgerald (Democratic)          544

Clerk of Circuit Court

Sharon Millermon (Republican)      545

REFERENDUM

QUESTION:  Should the state legislature enact proposed legislation that closes the Dark Store loopholes, which currently allow commercial retail properties to significantly reduce the assessed valuation and property tax of such properties, resulting in a substantial shift in taxes levied against other tax paying entities, such as residential home owners, and/or cuts in essential services provided by an affected municipality?

Yes 419

No 184

April 03, 2018

County Supervisor District 16

Louie Oakey 180

Judicial

Justice of the Supreme Court

Michael Screnock 122

Rebecca Dallet      77

State Referendum

Elimination of State Treasurer,

Shall sections 1 and 3 of article VI and section 7 and 8 of article X of the constitution be amended, and section 17 of article XIV of the constitution be created, to eliminate the office of state treasurer with the lieutenant governor as a member of the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands?

Yes 83

No  116

February 20,2018

Results of Non-binding Referendum

Yes    143

No   169

 

Justices of the Supreme Court

Rebecca Dallet  85

Michael Screnock  144

Tim Burns  51

April 4th, 2017

Town Chairman

155      Jon Sleik

225      Ken Leners

Town Supervisors

232      Tony Wolff

143      Roger Menk

Town Supervisor

unopposed            Cory Weiss

Town Clerk

unopposed            Maryhelen Drew

Town Treasurer

unopposed            Gadys Roux