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The City of Lake Geneva is always looking for qualified electors to help with the Elections! If that is something that you would like to do, please complete the Election Inspector Employment Application (PDF) and return to the City Clerk!
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The City of Lake Geneva has one polling location, Lake Geneva City Hall, located at 626 Geneva Street. View the Aldermanic Districts on Google Map.
Find out by visiting the MyVote website.
If you have moved to the City or within the City, you will need to register to vote. Any elector wishing to vote for an upcoming election may mail in their Voter Registration application along with an acceptable form of proof of residency. Mailed voter registration applications will be acceptable until twenty days prior to the election. In the twenty days prior to the election, electors must come to Lake Geneva City Hall to register to vote.
View and download the Voter Registration Form (PDF). Please review the instructions on the second page.
View the list of acceptable Proof of Residency (PDF). Your Proof of Residency document will need to accompany your voter registration.
We can help with that! You can request to have an absentee ballot sent to you a number of different ways. The request to receive an absentee ballot has to be made to the City Clerk's Office in writing, so you can send us an application for an absentee ballot, a letter in the mail or an email! No matter how you request an absentee ballot a copy of a proper Photo ID is always required. Don't have a copier or scanner at home to make a copy of your Photo ID? No problem! Simply use your smart phone, snap a picture of it, and email Elections.
Not sure if you have an acceptable form of Photo ID for voting purposes? No worries! Visit the Bring It to the Ballot website to find a list of acceptable Photo ID's
View and download an Application for an Absentee Ballot (PDF).
Request an Absentee Ballot on the MyVote website.