Elections & Voting

Unofficial Election Results for the City of Lake Geneva- April 4, 2023

Justice of the Supreme Court
Janet Protasiewicz1192
Daniel Kelly1063

District #1 Alderperson
Shari Straube430

District #2 Alderperson
John Halverson245
Linda Frame311

District #3 Alderperson
Richard Hedlund230
Peg Esposito372

District #4 Alderperson
Kenneth Howell296

Municipal Judge
Paul Karkula589
Henry Sibbing1407

LG- Badger- C. Lake Geneva
Barb Krause1411
Jeffrey Buntrock1189

LG- Badger- T. Linn
Quan Le616
Niki Ceisel1035

LG Jt 1 Elementary
Barbara Dinan1643

Traver Elementary
Daniel Kundert0
Andy Schuerr0

State Referendum Question #1

State Referendum Question #2

State Referendum Question #3
Yes 1851

Lake Geneva Referendum Question

Check the Walworth County Website for County-wide results

Outstanding Provisional Ballots as of 4/4/2023: 0

Upcoming Elections

  • April 4, 2023: Spring Election

Advisory Referendum regarding Premier Resort Area Tax on April 4, 2023 Ballot

“To pay for street and infrastructure expenses and other eligible expenses as defined in Wis. Stats. §66.1113 (1) (a), with revenue from tourists and visitors, as well as residents, should the City of Lake Geneva impose a levy of 0.5% (½ cent on the dollar) sales tax on tourist related items sold, leased, or rented through tourist related retailers?” 

Get more information on the Premier Resort Area Tax (PRAT):

Important Absentee Ballot Information

  • Track your ballot through MyVote
  • Make sure your certificate envelope has your signature, your witness' signature, and your witness' address
  • Return your ballot in one of the following ways:
    • Mail it back. The United States Postal Service recommends mailing your completed ballot at least one week before Election Day
    • Deliver it in person to the City Clerk's office at City Hall. (M-F 8:30am-5:00pm)

The use of drop boxes for absentee ballots has been deemed illegal, and is prohibited. Any absentee ballots found in City Hall drop boxes WILL NOT BE COUNTED.

Ballots must be received by 8:00 pm on Election Day in order to be counted. We strongly encourage all absentee voters to make a plan to return their ballots in a timely manner to avoid any possible issues.

If the City of Lake Geneva receives further information or guidance regarding this issue, we will update accordingly. 

Election Day Reminder

  • Voter Photo ID is required to receive a ballot. 
  • If you do not have a photo ID you may obtain a free ID for voting from the Division of Motor Vehicles.
  • Find more information on Photo ID requirements with Bring it to the Ballot Wisconsin.