Village of Caledonia 5043 Chester Lane, Racine, WI 53402

Voter Information

Beginning with the April 5th 2022 Spring Election, the use of the Village of Caledonia Drop Box for the return of absentee ballots will no longer be allowed as ruled by the Wisconsin Supreme Court. 

Next Election: April 2, 2024 Spring Election and Presidential Preference Election


Early In-Person Absentee Voting:

Village Hall 

5043 Chester Lane

8:00am – 4:30pm on regular business days

Tuesday, March 19th, 2024 - Thursday, March 28th, 2024 (Village Hall will be closed on Good Friday, 3/29/2024)

Registration Deadline Dates: 

  • Last day to register online, and for the Clerk's office to receive voter registrations by mail: March 13, 2024

  • Last day for voters to register in-person at Village Hall: March 28, 2024  (5:00 p.m.) 

  • Voters can register on Election Day at their polling place.

Register online: My Vote Wisconsin (voter public access website for additional information)

Register by mail, email, or in person: EL-131 - Voter Registration Application This form requires a signature and proof of residency​

- click here for Fillable Version 


For information on Proof of Residency:

Proof of Residency for Voter Registration
Questions? Call Village Clerk, 262-835-6414.

My Vote Wisconsin

Absentee Ballot Request Deadline Dates

  • Last day to request an absentee ballot by mail for the current election: March 28, 2024 (5:00 p.m.)

  • Last day to request an absentee ballot by mail for Military, Indefinitely Confined, and Calendar Year Voters: March 29, 2024 (5:00 p.m.) 

  • Special Voting Deputy Absentee Voting Dates (Nursing Home and Care Facilities):TBD

Request online: My Vote Wisconsin

Request by Mail or EmailEL-121 - Application for Absentee Ballot This form requires a signature

  • Mail: Caledonia Village Hall, 5043 Chester Lane, Racine, WI 53402
  • Email: jolsen@caledonia-wi.gov 
  • Absentee requests cannot be accepted in person.

Make Sure Your Absentee Counts!

Our goal is for zero absentee ballots to be rejected at the polls.

The Village Clerk’s Office strongly encourages absentee voters to take the following steps to make sure their ballot is counted:

  • Read the instructions that you receive with your absentee ballot.

  • Sign the certificate envelope on the line marked “Signature of Voter.”

  • Have your witness sign the certificate envelope on the line marked “Signature of Witness.”  It is perfectly acceptable if your witness is your spouse or significant other.

  • Have your witness write their address underneath the witness signature (street number, street name, municipality, state, zip code).

  • Seal the envelope - do not use tape or saliva to seal. 

  • Mail your absentee ballot back to the Clerk’s Office as early as possible. The ballot must be to your polling place by 8:00pm on Election Day.

  • If you have moved, register to vote at your new address. Crossing out the address on your absentee label and writing in your new address does not update your voter registration.

  • Vote absentee in the Clerk’s Office at Village Hall.

Absentee ballots are rejected for the following reasons:

  • Voter has not signed absentee certificate envelope.

  • Voter has not had a witness sign the absentee certificate envelope.

  • Witness did not write address on absentee certificate envelope.

  • Ballot has not been received by Election Day.

  • Voter has not properly sealed the absentee certificate envelope.

  • Voter dies before Election Day.

Election Day Polling Locations (early absentee voting is at Village Hall ONLY)

Wards 1,2                     Caledonia Highway Garage, 6922 Nicholson Road, Get Directions
Wards 3,4,5                  Faithbridge Methodist Church, 10402 Northwestern Avenue, Franksville, Get Directions
Wards 9,10,12, 13        St. Mesrob, 4605 Erie Street, Get Directions
Wards 11,14,15,17       Village Hall, 5043 Chester Lane, Get Directions
Wards 16,18,19            Prince of Peace Church, 4340 6 Mile Road, Get Directions 
Wards 6,7,8,20             Grace Church, 3626 Hwy 31, Get Directions 

Hours:  The polls are open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Voting will primarily take place inside the respective polling locations, althought curbside voting is available by request for those who are in need of assistance.  If you are in need of assistance, look for the curbside voting sign and dial the specified number.

Who are my Elected Officials?

Click here for Village Ward Map

Click here for Polling Place

Interested in being a Poll Worker?  They are always needed!!
Election Worker Application

BASIC Election Worker TRAINING 

Basic Poll Worker Training Video - This is a 1.5 hour training video produced by the UW Extension that goes over basic election information.

Training Video Power Point

Acceptable Photo IDs 

Proof of Residence for Voter Registration 


Returning Poll Worker Refresher Video 


Badger Book Training Guide for Election Inspectors

Wisconsin Election Commission’s Election Day Manual