OAK CREEK, WI — Voters in Oak Creek will be able to vote Tuesday for races on the Oak Creek-Franklin School Board, Common Board and other county positions.
If you still have a postal ballot to return, you can drop it off at the town hall office. All ballots must be cast by 8 p.m. on election day. Do not use the drop box, as they are no longer allowed after a recent court ruling.
Polling stations will open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. Where you vote may have changed since the last election, as some aldermen’s wards and districts may have changed, according to the Town of Oak Creek via Facebook.
Here’s what to know about registering and where to vote:
If you are not already registered to vote, you can do so at your polling place on election day. You can check your registration status and register online via myvote.wi.gov.
When registering, please bring photo ID and proof of address. Click here to find out what is considered proof of residency.
Here is a list of polling stations:
Where you vote depends on the municipal district you are in. Oak Creek is divided into six different districts. You can check where you are voting at myvote.wi.gov, or also through the address search tool.
Here are the addresses of the polling stations for each alderman’s district:
- District 1 – School District Administration Building, 7630 South 10th Street.
- District 2 – Oak Creek Assembly of God, 7311 South 13th Street.
- District 3 – American Legion Post 434, 9327 South Shepard Avenue.
- District 4 – National Guard Armory, 8520 South Howell Avenue.
- District 5 – Church Parkway, 10940 South Nicholson Road.
- District 6 – Oak Creek Community Center, 8580 South Howell Avenue.
Here’s who’s on the ballot:
Alderman, District 2
Alderman, District 6
Here’s what’s happening in the other races:
Oak Creek-Franklin Joint School District School Board Member
Two seats are in place on April 5.