PLEASANT PRAIRIE — Voters in Pleasant Prairie have another option to deliver their absentee ballots.
There's a new ballot drop-off box, available at all times, on the north side of the Village Hall (9915 39th Avenue), so voters can hand-deliver absentee ballots without getting out of their vehicles. It's official, secure, and ADA compliant. The Village Clerk's office checks the box multiple times a day, but it can hold up to 370 ballots. Postage is not required.
"The new ballot drop box provides residents with a secure delivery option that limits exposure," said Jane Snell, Village Clerk. "One significant advantage to dropping off an absentee ballot in-person is that it eliminates the possibility of a ballot arriving late and not being counted."
Funding to purchase the ballot drop-off box was acquired through grant funds.
You can still mail in your ballots or take them to the Village Clerk's Office between 7:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. as well.
The Village Clerk's office can be reached by phone at 262.694.1400 or by email at email@example.com.
Wisconsin's Partisan Primary is on Aug. 11.