2023 Election Dates

  • Spring Primary - February 21, 2023
  • Spring Election - April 4, 2023

2023 Spring Election 

There are two elections scheduled for 2023.  The February 21, 2023, Primary Election, if necessary, and the April 4, 2023, Spring Election.  

Three Village Trustee Seats will be on the Spring Election ballot along with the Everest Metro Joint Municipal Court Judge and two School Board Members.

As a candidate, you are responsible for understanding all election and campaign finance requirements.  You may consult with the State of Wisconsin Ethics Commission, the Wisconsin Elections Commission, or your own private attorney.  Information you receive from the Clerk’s office may not be interpreted as legal advice or a release form your responsibility to comply with the law. 

Important Dates:

December 1, 2022 First day nomination papers may be circulated

December 23, 2022  Deadline for incumbents not seeking re-election to file “Notice of Non-Candidacy

January 3, 2023 All forms due by 5:00 p.m. (See “Candidate Forms” below)

January 6, 2023 Deadline to challenge nomination papers

February 21, 2023  Spring Primary (if needed)

April 4, 2023 Spring Election

Candidate Forms:

The following forms must be filed in the Clerk’s office by January 3, 2023, at 5:00 p.m. by any persons who are either currently in office or running for office as a new candidate.

 Campaign Registration Statement
 Declaration of Candidacy (must be notarized)
 Nomination papers (cannot circulate until AFTER December 1, 2022)

Candidate Filings:

2023 Candidate Filings (this list may not be complete as it is updated periodically)

Village President

Mark F. Maloney

Declaration of Candidacy – filed

Campaign Registration Statement – filed

Nomination Papers – filed

Jim Pinsonneault

Declaration of Candidacy – filed

Campaign Registration Statement – 

Nomination Papers – 

Village Trustee (3 seats)

Jim Pinsonneault

Declaration of Candidacy - filed

Campaign Registration Statement - filed

Nomination Papers - filed

Nathan Fiene

Notification of Noncandidacy - received

Barbara J. Ermeling

Declaration of Candidacy - filed

Campaign Registration Statement - filed

Nomination Papers - filed

Hooshang Zeyghami

Declaration of Candidacy - filed

Campaign Registration Statement - filed

Nomination Papers - filed

Absentee Voting by mail

Any voter who prefers to have a ballot mailed to them, may request one by mail, email, fax for by visiting My Vote. A valid WI Photo ID is required with the application. Your ballot must be received in time to be delivered to your absentee ballot counting location no later than 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. There are a few options for returning your ballot. You can:
  • Mail it back
  • Drop it off at your Municipal Clerk's Office at 4747 Camp Phillips Road, Weston, WI 54476 (an elector must personally deliver his or her own absentee ballot)
No Drop Box will be available. 

Please visit myvote.wi.gov for more information. 

Voter registration is required in Wisconsin. How do I register?

  • Online during open registration (20 days or more prior to an election) at myvote.wi.gov. Must have a current and valid Wisconsin Driver License or Wisconsin State ID card.
  • By mail during open registration (20 days or more prior to an election).
  • In the clerk’s office, up until the Friday before the election by 5:00 p.m.
  • Your voting location on Election Day
You MUST provide proof of residency when registering to vote by mail, in the Clerk's office or at your voting location. To see which documents are acceptable for proof of residency, see page two of the WI Voter Registration Application

Photo ID Required to Vote 

If you have a photo ID, check if it’s an acceptable form of ID
If you do not have a photo ID, you can get a Wisconsin state ID card free.

Where do I vote on Election Day?

All voting is held at Weston Municipal Center 4747 Camp Phillips Road, Weston, WI  54476. Polls open a 7:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m.


Badger Book

 NEW: Election workers will use Badger Book (an electronic poll book) to check in voters. The "Badger Book" is poll book software that is specific to Wisconsin elections practices and statutes. 

 The Badger Book is primarily used to:
  •  Assign voter numbers
  • Process absentee ballots
  • Register voters on Election Day
The Badger Book electronically assigns the voter number, which eliminates manual tracking by election workers. Each of the above processes were chosen and designed based on feedback provided by clerks and election workers from across the state. After Election Day, a data file generated from the Badger Book is used to upload election participation results and Election Day Registration information into the statewide voter registration system.

The Badger Book is the only electronic poll book software created with direct integration to the statewide voter registration system. Badger Books do not use an internet connection. A router and an encrypted, password protected USB memory stick, is used at each polling location. The router facilitates communication locally between Badger Book machines. The USB stick is used to transfer data from an internet-connection computer to the Badger Book server machine.

Sample Ballots

To see a sample ballot for an upcoming election please visit myvote.wi.gov.


Election Results 

Review local election results.

Provisional & Absentee Ballots from November 8, 2022

Provisional Ballots

Number of provisional ballots for the November 8, 2022 Election:

Number of Ballots
Wards 1 - 9

Absentee Ballots

For the November 8, 2022 Election:

Absentee Ballots IssuedNumber of Absentee Ballots Returned