Election Information

2021 Election Dates

April 6, 2021 Spring Election

Tuesday, April 6th Election hours are 7:00 am - 8:00 pm.  The drive thru will not be open on Election Day.  All voting will be done in the Town Hall.

April 6, 2021 Election Results

Town Board Chairman 

  • Perry Goetsch - 676
  • Tom Carey -615

Town Board Supervisor

  • Peter Mark - 638
  • Rick Ziegler - 701
  • Andrew Maduscha - 481
  • Clark Eckert - 592

State Superintendent

  • Jill Underly - 498
  • Deborah Kerr - 747

State Senator District #13

  • Melissa Winker - 341
  • John Jagler - 925
  • Spencer Zimmerman - 74
  • Ben Schmitz - 7
  • Write In - 6

Oconomowoc School District

  • Juliet Steitzer - 289
  • Matt Carrico - 494
  • Jessica Karnowski - 600
  • Alexandra Schweitzer - 390
  • Tyler James - 161
  • James Woods - 647

Watertown School District

  • David Smith - 111
  • Adam Bainbridge - 78
  • Fred Jandt - 69
  • David Schroeder - 109
  • Tina Johnson - 126
  • Willim Runke - 68
  • Katie Najarian - 102
  • Craig Wortman - 127
  • Tony Arnett - 106

Voter Information

To find out who your elected officials are, click on the link below, click on Regular Voter and enter your first name, last name and birth date.

Voter Information

General Voting

All residents of the municipality of Ixonia vote at the Town Hall located at W1195 Marietta Ave (corner of CTH "F" & Marietta Ave) formerly ISB Bank.

Polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.

Voter Public Access (Online Registration)

Voting By Absentee Ballot

 

Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may vote absentee or request an absentee ballot by mail.

  1. You may vote an absentee ballot in the Clerk's office during business hours until the Friday before Election Day.
  2. To obtain a mailed absentee ballot, you must be registered and make a request in writing. The Deadline is the Thursday before Election Day.

Contact your Municipal Clerk and request an application for absentee voting.

...OR

Click on the link below to request an absentee ballot through MyVote.wi.gov

Wisconsin Absentee Voting

...OR

Put your request in writing to the clerk but you must list your voting address within the municipality, the address where the absentee ballot should be sent if different, and your signature.