Order of Recount for Mayor
Order of Recount for Alderman
Notice of Board of Canvass
Minutes of the Board of Canvass April 8, 2013
Outstanding Absentee Ballots April 2, 2013
Notice of public test of optical scanner on March 28, 2013
Official Ballots for April 2, 2013 Election
2013 Type E Notice for Absentee Voting for April 2, 2013 Election
Candidate Certification for 2013 Election
Cudahy Voting Location Notice
Following the 2010 Federal Census with Cudahy's population at 18,267, the City was required to adjust ward boundaries to conform to statutorily prescribed population ranges. The Cudahy Common Council adopted this ward map which will be effective January 1, 2012. Postcards informing registered voters of their ward and polling location are expected to be mailed in early 2012. Polling locations will remain as shown below.
Election Dates for 2013:
Type A Notice of Spring Election April 2, 2013
February 19, 2013 Primary Election(if necessary)
April 2, 2013 Spring Election
Election & Voting Changes Beginning in 2012:
Beginning in 2012, voters will see many changes relative to Elections and voting. Some of these changes include the following:
- No voter registration can occur on Saturday, Sunday, or Monday before an Election; however, voters can still register at the polls on Election Day.
- The requirement for residing in a municipality prior to an Election has changed from 10 days to 28 consecutive days.
- Voters can no longer use corroborating witnesses when registering to vote.
- The voter ID law is currently not being enforced due to a court injunction.
- Voters will need to sign the poll book before receiving a ballot, but are exempt if unable to sign because of a physical disability.
- Absentee voting in the City Clerk's office is now restricted to the two weeks before an Election and will end at the close of business the Friday before an Election.
The goal of the City of Cudahy is for all eligible voters to be able to cast a ballot and have that ballot counted. Detailed information on Election procedures can be obtained at the Cudahy City Clerk's office (5050 S. Lake Drive), by calling 769-2204, or can be found on the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board's website. In addition, you can verify your current voter registration status directly at https://vpa.wi.gov/
Following the 2010 Federal Census with Cudahy's population at 18,267, the City was required to adjust ward boundaries to conform to statutorily prescribed population ranges. The Cudahy Common Council adopted this ward map which will be effective January 1, 2012. Postcards informing registered voters of their ward and polling location were mailed in early 2012. Polling locations will remain as shown below.
Polling Hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. District Map
District 1 Lincoln School, 4416 S. Packard Avenue
District 2 Cudahy City Hall, 5050 S. Lake Drive
District 3 Parkview School, 5555 S. Nicholson Ave.
Wards 10 Jones School, 5845 S. Swift Ave.
Wards 11/12 Mitchell School, 5950 S. Illinois Ave.
Wards 13/14 Jones School, 5845 S. Swift Ave.
Ward 15 Mitchell School, 5950 S. Illinois Ave.
Polling Hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Polling Locations: Attached to each District is a map linked for your viewing convenience. Choose your District and click on the link.
District 1 - Lincoln School, 4416 So. Packard Ave
District 2 - Cudahy City Hall, 5050 So. Lake Dr
District 3 - Parkview School, 5555 So. Nicholson Ave
District 4 (Ward 10)- Jones School, 5845 So. Swift Ave
District 4 (Wards 11/12) - Mitchell School. 5950 So. Illinois Ave
District 5 (Wards 13/14) - Jones School, 5845 So. Swift Ave
District 5 (Ward 15) - Mitchell School, 5950 So. Illinois Ave
If you register early to vote, you reduce your chances of standing in line on Election Day.
Any qualified elector unable to get to the polling place on Election Day may request to vote an absentee ballot.