A DROP BOX IS AT THE TOWN HALL: 1730 COUNTY RD FF OSHKOSH (downtown Fisk) IN FRONT OF THE BUILDING to place your completed absentee ballot envelope inside. Pull open the door and insert in the Incoming Mail slot.
April 6, 2021 Election
0 – Outstanding Provisional Ballots
46 – Absentee ballots sent; 40 counted; 6 outstanding
Election Results: 966 Registered Voters. Total Votes: 284, = 29.4% turnout
STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION = Jill Underly 144 / Deborah Kerr 135 / Write-in: 1
COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE – DISTRICT 2 = Jeffrey Davis 117 / Shelley Grogan 150 / Write-in: 2
COUNTY EXECUTIVE = Jon Doemel 195 / Mark L. Harris 83 / Write-in: 0
TOWN BOARD CHAIRPERSON = Leonard Schmick 220 / Write-in: 7
TOWN BOARD SUPERVISOR 1 = Chuck Kuhrt 223 / Write-in: 4
TOWN BOARD SUPERVISOR 2 = Grant Stettler 220 / Write-in: 3
TOWN CLERK = Jenny Sonnleitner 243 / Write-in: 1
TOWN TREASURER = Emily A. Hunter 234 / Write-in: 0
TOWN CONSTABLE = Ralph F. Kalies 220 / Write-in: 2
OMRO SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER (vote for not more than 2) = Marty Johnson 41 / Write-in: 13 – Jeffrey Beem 4 / Ronell Hubanks 9
OSHKOSH AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER (vote for not more than 3) = Robert James Rigoni, Jr 43 / Kristopher Karns 60 / Chris Wright 62 / Jim Evans 60 / Beth Wyman 83 / Write-in: 3
RIPON AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER (vote for not more than 3) = Andy Lyke 55 / Nicole Dash 46 / Melissa Wipijewski 45 / Write-in: 1
Where do I vote in the Town of Utica?
Utica Town Hall
1730 County Road FF in Fisk
Polling Hours in the Town of Utica
7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
How do I register to vote in the Town of Utica
You must register to vote if you have not previously voted in the Town of Utica. You may do so in the Clerk’s office, by request, or the day of an election at the polls. Go to MyVote.wi.gov to complete your registration or Download a Voter Registration Application.
You must be 18 years of age on or before the Election Day.
- You must be a resident of the Town of Utica for 10 consecutive days prior to Election Day
- You must fill out a Voter Registration form and provide a current driver’s license with your new address or ID bearing your current address. Other forms of identification would be a utility bill, bank statement or check book showing your new address.
- You may register by mail, but make sure you include copies of all required identification
How do I receive an Absentee Ballot?
Request an absentee ballot in writing including your voting address, the election date you would like a ballot for, what ward/school district you live in, the address where the absentee ballot should be sent (if different) and your signature. The ballot will then be mailed to you. Office hours are by request, so call Jenny at 920-410-0347. You can visit MyVote.wi.gov or Download an Absentee Ballot Application and mail it to Jenny Sonnleitner 6570 Bradley Ave. Pickett, WI 54964. You can vote absentee from the third Monday before election day until 7:00pm on the Friday before election day.