April Election Information

The City of Beloit will operate seven polling locations for the Tuesday, April 2, election.


This is the first election with the updated polling locations as the City of Beloit no longer administers elections in elementary schools. Residents can visit www.myvote.wi.gov to find their polling location.


The official polling locations are:





1-4, 24-25, 31

Sun Valley Presbyterian Church

1650 Sun Valley Drive

5-8, 26

Our Savior’s Lutheran Church

749 Bluff St.


Krueger-Haskell Golf Course

1611 Hackett St.


First Congregational Church

801 Bushnell St.


Beloit Public Library

605 Eclipse Blvd.

18-20, 27

River of Life United Methodist Church

2345 Prairie Ave.

21-23, 28-30

Central Christian Church

2460 Milwaukee Road



The seven polling locations in the City of Beloit are open from 7am to 8pm. All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters.


Important Deadlines and Absentee Voting Information

  •         Moving to the City of Beloit? March 5, 2024, was the last day for voters to establish residency in the City of Beloit. Voters who establish residency after this date must vote in the municipality they resided in previously.
  •         Deadline to file voter registration paperwork by mail or online: Wednesday, March 13.
  •         Deadline to file voter registration paperwork at City Hall: 5pm Friday, March 29 (City Hall will be open from 1-5pm Friday, March 29, for election purposes only as it is a city holiday); you can still register at your polling location on Election Day.
  •         Deadline to request an absentee ballot to be sent to you through the mail: 5pm Thursday, March 28 (5pm Friday, March 29 if voter is indefinitely confided or military and not away from home).

o   Do not place ballots in City Hall drop boxes or your vote may not count; either return via U.S. Postal Service or return directly to the 2nd floor Clerk-Treasurer’s Office. Please allow enough time for absentee ballots to return via mail as they must by in the Clerk-Treasurer’s office by 8pm Election Day.

o   Only the voter can return the ballot to the clerk’s office or place in the mail unless a voter with disabilities needs help returning their ballots.

o   Make sure all fields are properly filled out, including the witness signature and address.

  •         In-person absentee voting days and hours: 8:30am-4pm weekdays March 19-22 and March 25-28, 11am-3pm Sunday, March 24, and 1-5pm Friday, March 29. In-person absentee voting will take place on the 1st floor at City Hall.
  •         Deadline for absentee ballots to be in the clerk’s office: 8pm Tuesday, April 2 (this means in the office – not postmarked by). Do not bring to your polling location.


Visit MyVote at myvote.wi.gov to find your polling place, to see what is on the ballot, to register to vote, and more.

If voters are unsure of their polling place and/or voter registration status, or if they have any questions or need additional information, please contact the City of Beloit City Clerk’s office at(608) 364-6680or by email at Grangerm@beloitwi.gov.


All polling places in the City of Beloit are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. All polling places are accessible to elderly and disabled voters. Don’t forget to bring your ID!