Turnout for Village of Muscoda residents in the November 8th General election was 44.54% in Grant county and 18.75% in Iowa County. Election results by candidate for the Village of Muscoda can be found via this link:
The 2023 Spring Election will be held on April 4,2023.
If necessary, a primary election will be held on February 21, 2023.
Muscoda local elections:
Village President and Village Trustee. These are non-partisan offices.
Nomination Papers may be circulated starting on December 1, 2022 and the deadline to file nomination paperwork for these offices is Tuesday January 3, 2023, at 5:00 pm.
Nomination information and forms are available on this website (Muscoda.com) under Village information.
State/County wide offices on the ballot:
One (1) Justice of the Supreme Court,for the term of ten (10) years, to succeed the present incumbent listed, whose term of office will expire on July 31, 2023:
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
Court of Appeals Judges, for the term of six (6) years, to succeed the present incumbent listed, whose terms of office will expire on July 31, 2023:
COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE DISTRICT IV
Michael R. Fitzpatrick
Circuit Court Judges, each for the term of six (6) years, to succeed the present incumbent listed, whose terms of office will expire on July 31, 2023:
GRANT COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE BRANCH 1
Robert P. VanDeHey
The first day to circulate nomination papers is December 1, 2022, and the final day for filing nomination papers is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 3,2023.
Candidates for (list statewide and judicial titles) file with the Wisconsin Elections Commission.
Any referendums or other offices which will be on the ballot are yet to be determined.
A sample ballot will be published in the Muscoda Progressive prior to election day.
Wisconsin State law regarding voting in local elections is the same as State or National elections:
A voter must be a U.S. citizen, who will be 18 years of age or older on Election Day, and must have resided in the Village of Muscoda
for at least 10 consecutive days before the election. Voters must also show a photo ID before being allowed to vote.
All voters must be registered before voting. You may register in person at the polls, or register online at MyVote.com.
This site will also give you information on where to vote.
Voters who are registered and otherwise qualified, but cannot appear in person at the polls on Election Day, may elect to vote by
absentee ballot. Absentee ballots can be requested at MyVote.com or at the Village office.
If you have questions about elections, registering to vote, voter ID, you may be able to find the answer on the
Wisconsin Election Commission’s web site.
You can print an application to register to vote by following the link at forms, EL 131 and to request an absentee ballot forms, EL 121.