LAST DAY OF GARBAGE DROP AT TOWN HALL IS JUNE 8, 2019. GOING GARBAGE CONTAINERS DROPPED OFF AT TOWN OF LINCOLN RESIDENCES 1ST WEEK OF JUNE FOR FIRST CURBSIDE PICKUP = THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 2019. SEE INSIDE OF CONTAINER FOR INFORMATION ON GOING GARBAGE CURBSIDE PICK-UP.
328 Ballots Cast, 18 Absentee Ballot Sent, 12 Absentee Ballots Returned, No Provisional Ballots
Justice of Supreme Court: Brian Hagedorn=195, Lisa Neubauer=126
Court of Appeals Judge, District 3: Lisa K. Stark=255
Town of Lincoln, Chairman: Cory Cochart=258, Write-in=8; Town of Lincoln, Supervisor #1: Jordan Nowak= 206, Nick Cochart=117, Write-in=1; Town of Lincoln, Supervisor #2: Jesse Jerebek=271, Write-in=1
Town of Lincoln, Clerk: Mary Ann Salmon=282; Town of Lincoln, Treasurer: Tim Strnad=292; Town of Lincoln, Assessor: Joseph Jerebek=294, Write-in=1; Town of Lincoln, Constable: Write-in=32
Algoma School Board, Vote for 2 Candidates: Barb Rodgers=85, Joann E. Weisner= 83; Luxemburg-Casco Board, Vote for 3 Candidates: Mike Driedric=112, Bob Berceau=141, Linda Jonet= 155, Write-in=1
The next election currently scheduled in the Town of Lincoln will be in 2020.
THE NEXT ELECTION IN THE TOWN OF LINCOLN WILL BE ON APRIL 2, 2019.
ELECTIONS TAKE PLACE AT TOWN HALL, N8497 COUNTY ROAD C, CASCO, WI: 7:00am – 8:00pm For information to include registering to vote, requesting absentee ballots, viewing what is on your current ballot, etc., go to: http://elections.wi.gov/voters OR https://myvote.wi.gov/https://lincolnkewauneewi.com/wp-
FOR QUESTIONS ON VOTING ABSENTEE: content/uploads/2019/02/Absentee-Voting.doc
Town Officers 4.2.19 Election Seats on Ballot
The first day to circulate nomination papers is December 1, 2018, and the final day for filing nomination papers is 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 2, 2019. The number of valid Town of Lincoln Resident Signatures is a minimum of 20. See link below for attachment for candidate papers packet. If a primary is necessary, the primary will be held on Tuesday, February 19, 2019. 2019 elecpapers0818110509370
Acceptable Photo ID will be required to vote at this election. If you do not have a photo ID, you may obtain a free ID for voting from the Division of Motor Vehicles.
The following Town of Lincoln offices are to be elected to succeed the present incumbents listed. Each term is for two years:
Town Board Chairperson Cory Cochart
Town Board Supervisor 1 Nick Cochart
Town Board Supervisor 2 Jesse A. Jerabek
Town Clerk Mary Ann Salmon
Town Treasurer Tim Strnad
Town Assessor Joseph A. Jerabek2019 elecpapers0818110509370
Constable Richard Bultman
11.6.18 Election Results for Town of Lincoln, Kew County:
443 total ballots cast, 25 new voter registrations
37 absentee ballots issued, 28 absentee ballots returned, no provisional ballots
Total number of registered voters currently = 571
77.6% of Town of Lincoln registered voters cast their ballot
Governor /Lt. Governor
Scott Walker / Rebecca Kleefisch = 260
Tony Evers / Mandela Barnes = 180
Phillip Anderson / Patrick Baird = 1
Maggie Turnbull / Will Losch = 2
Attorney General U.S. Senator
Brad Schimel = 265 Leah Vukmir = 233
Josh Kaul = 171 Tammy Baldwin = 204
Terry Larson = 1 Write-In = 1
Sec. of State Rep. in Congress District 8
Jay Schroeder = 252 Mike Gallagher = 300
Doug La Follette = 177 Beau Liegeois = 137
Write-In = 1 Write-In = 2
State Treasurer State Senator District 1
Travis Hartwig = 233 Andre Jacque = 225
Sarah Godlewski = 184 Caleb Frostman = 211
Andrew Zuelke = 10
Representative to Assembly District 1
Joel C. Kitchens = 306
Roberta Thelen = 114
Kew Cty Sheriff Kew Cty Coroner
Mathew J. Joski = 389 Rory A. Groessl = 365
Write-In = 7 Write-In = 5
Kew Cty Clerk of Circuit Court
Rebecca A. Deterville = 367
Write-In = 4
See what is on your November 6, 2018 ballot at: myvote.wi.gov/en-US/MyBallot
Wisconsin offers online voter registration. You can register to vote by mail in Wisconsin by printing a copy of the National Voter Registration Form, filling it out, and mailing it to your local clerk. You can also register to vote in person if you prefer.
In-person voter registration
- You can also register to vote in person. The deadline to register to vote in person is Tuesday, November 6. You can also register to vote and cast a ballot in person on Election Day.
- Learn more by visiting the Elections Commission for Wisconsin.
- To register in Wisconsin you must:
- be a citizen of the United States
- be a resident of Wisconsin and have resided at the registration address for at least 10 days
- be 18 years old
- not have been convicted of treason, felony or bribery, or if you have, your civil rights have been restored
- not have been found by a court to be incapable of understanding the objective of the electoral process
- not make or benefit from a bet or wage depending on the result of an election
- not have voted at any other location, if registering on election day
- Online voter registration
- Wisconsin offers online voter registration.
- You should know: you need a Wisconsin ID to use Wisconsin’s online voter registration system. The address where you’re registering needs to match the address the DMV has on file for you. If you don’t have a Wisconsin ID, you can still register to vote by mail.
- You can register online until Wednesday, October 17.
- By-mail voter registration
- Print and fill out the National Voter Registration Form.
- Box 6 – ID Number: Provide your driver’s license or DOT-issued ID card number. If you do not have a current and valid DOT-issued driver’s license or ID card, provide the last 4 digits of your Social Security number.
- Box 7 – Choice of Party: Wisconsin does NOT require that you register with a party to participate in partisan primary elections.
- Box 8 – Race or Ethnic Group: Not required.
- Review the “Who can vote?” section above and check that you’re eligible.
- Sign the form.
- Send the completed form to your local election official. To register by mail, the form must be postmarked by Wednesday, October 17.
- You must always provide a proof of residence when registering. Acceptable forms include: Wisconsin driver’s license or ID card; any other ID card or license issued by a Wisconsin governmental agency or unit; employee ID card with a photograph; real estate tax bill or receipt for the current year or the year preceding the date of the election; student ID from a university, college or technical college with a fee receipt; student ID from a university, college or technical college with an on-campus housing listing provided by the university, college or technical college to the municipality; utility bill dated within 90 days; or a bank statement, a paycheck, a government check or other government-issued document.
Military and overseas voters
Active-duty military, their families, and voters living outside the US can register to vote and request their absentee ballot using the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA). To do so:
- Fill out the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA), or download a copy. Your election official may have questions, so please provide an email address or phone number where they can reach you.
- Send the application to your election official.
- It is never too early to submit an FPCA! Please do so as soon as possible. You can look up recommended mailing dates by country and region.
- When your ballot arrives, read it carefully and follow the instructions to complete it and return it.
- States begin mailing absentee ballots at least 45 days before Election Day. If you haven’t received your ballot by 30 days before Election Day, contact your local election office.
If after submitting your FPCA, your ballot does not arrive, contact your election official first. Then:
- You can still vote using the Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB). Print, sign, and mail your FWAB to your local election office.
- If you mail a FWAB and then receive your regular absentee ballot, you should complete and mail your absentee ballot also. Election officials will ensure that only one ballot is counted.Check your voter registration statusDates and deadlines
- You can look up your voter registration record and verify that your information is correct using Wisconsin’s voter registration lookup tool.
- The Federal Voting Assistance Program – FVAP.gov offers additional information on military and overseas voting in Wisconsin.
- Election day is Tuesday, November 6.
- The deadline to register online is Wednesday, October 17.
- The deadline for registering to vote by mail is Wednesday, October 17.
- The deadline to register to vote in person is Tuesday, November 6.
- You can also register and vote on Election Day.
Elections Commission, 212 East Washington Avenue, Third Floor, Madison, WI 53707
- Phone Number:
- Wisconsin election contact information
This is copy of email for instructions the Town of Lincoln received from Amber Shallow:
The Bay Lakes Regional Planning Commission (BLRPC) obtained a grant to treat invasive species (mostly Phragmites and Japanese Knotweed) in Kewaunee County. While there is no cost to property owners to treat the weeds, BLRPC needs permission from property owners to go on their property to apply the treatments.
Included below is link to a map that will show you who they need permission from – all the grey parcels. If you take a look at the map at the link here, anywhere that you see a parcel that is grey and not colored green or purple, we do not have permission to treat on that parcel: https://baylakerpc.maps.arcgis.com/home/webmap/viewer.html?webmap=0df31d19e4694c59afc909fa5ef7efae
The permission slip is included in link above. If you know any of the property owners please reach out to them and ask them to fill out the attached form and return it to:
Angela Kowalzek-Adrians, Natural Resources Planner, Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission
425 S Adams Street, Suite 201, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301, Phone: (920) 448-2820, Ext. 106
ASAP, today or tomorrow is preferable (email received 9.11.18).
Please note, on the permission form there is a spot for parcel numbers to be entered. I have been encouraging property owners to leave that spot blank. By leaving it blank it gives BLRPC permission to treat any properties they own within the County. If they list parcel numbers then BLRPC can only treat the parcel(s) listed.
Feel free to share this email with anyone else you think might be able to help out. The more permission slips we get back the better the results of treating will be.
Also, when filling out the permission form please save it to your computer first, fill it in, save it again, and then attach it to an email to return or fax back.
Amber J. Shallow