Residents are encouraged to register online MYVOTE.WI.GOV. This site provides the simplest format and also identifies polling locations, ward identification and school district information. If you have changed your name, your address, turned 18 or older, or recently moved into the Town of Rockland, this is the easiest process.
To ensure you are registered you must do so no fewer than 21 days prior to a local election. Federal elections, like US Senators or Congressmen require an advance registration of 47 days.
Should you miss those deadlines, you may also register in person in the Clerk's office or in person on Election Day.
For a list of valid forms of Proof of Residence please CLICK HERE
Voter Registration Form, EL-131
PHOTO ID REQUIREMENT
As of April 7, 2015, an acceptable Photo ID is required to receive a ballot in all special and regular elections. Please CLICK HERE to view a list of acceptable Photo ID's for the 2018 Elections.
Residents who are registered and who would like to vote Absentee in any election are encouraged to mail, e-mail, or fax their Absentee Applications, EL-121, to the Town Clerk. As of April 7, 2015, all absentee ballot applications, except those being filed by an elector who is indefinitely confined, must be accompanied by an acceptable Photo ID.
For a list of valid forms of Acceptable Photo ID's please CLICK HERE.
Absentee Voting Application- EL-121