The Cary Town Hall is the official polling place for township residents.

Upcoming Elections

Upcoming Elections Notice

Next Election - Partisan Primary

The next Partisan Primary for the Town of Cary will take place on August 13, 2024.

Cary Town Hall

Picture ID is Required.


Polls open at 7:00 AM and close at 8:00 PM

Register to Vote

Register online by going to myvote.wi.gov.

Register in person at the polling place on the date of the election. You must bring with you a photo ID and proof of residency.

Register in person with Jean Gansch.

Jean Gansch, Town Clerk

​5673 Yetter Rd.
Pittsville, WI 54466



Voting Absentee

2023 Voting By Absentee Ballot

You may vote absentee during the period set by the legislature. This varies by election but current information can be found at myvote.wi.gov.

Guidance on Absentee Ballot Return Options Under the Federal Voting Rights Act

Contact Jean Gansch for an appointment to obtain a ballot and vote.

Jean Gansch, Town Clerk

​5673 Yetter Rd.
Pittsville, WI 54466



1. Remember Wisconsin requires that you bring your photo ID with you when you vote.

2. We have included some election information on this site for your convenience, but for complete, current information on elections, voter registration and voting in Wisconsin, go to myvote.wi.gov.

3. To view election results, go to www.wisconsinvote.org/election-results.


Are you interested in running?

The Town of Cary has five elected positions, Town Clerk, Town Treasurer, Town Chairperson and two Supervisors. Candidates are determined using a caucus system.


What is a caucus?

The method used to nominate a candidate for town or village office where the nomination  paper method has not been authorized by the electors of that town.


When is the caucus held?

Between December 1 and January 1 the board is required to set the date for the caucus. By Wis Stats s.  8.05 (1) (a), the caucus must be held between January 2 and January 21 with preference given to the date of January  21.


What notice must be given?

When the date is set the clerk is required to provide notice of the caucus.  Section 8.05 (1) (b)  Wis.  Stats. requires publishing once in a newspaper and posting in the clerks office at least 5 days prior to the caucus date. If no newspaper is published in the town the clerk may post the notice in at least 3 public places in the town or one public place and on the town’s website.  See s. 10.05 Wis.  Stats.  The notice must be posted no later than 5 days prior to the date off the caucus.


Who can nominate candidates at the caucus?

Any resident/elector of the town who is a US citizen of at least 18 years of age. 


How are nominations performed?

In one of  two ways, from the floor or by a written ballot. The method is determined by the electors present.  

All electors present must be given the opportunity to nominate a candidate.  All nominations from the floor require a second and all nominations are held open until the chair has called for additional nominations three times. Following each nomination and second the chairperson must ask if there are any other nominations. If there are none the chair will close nominations for that position and move to another of the 5 positions open for election.  After all nominations for office have been made, if there are more than 2 nominations for any position the electors present will cast a ballot for one of the announced candidates to narrow the list to 2 candidates. Incumbent officers, if running for re-election, must still be nominated, seconded and certified for election.

Electors may nominate themselves for an office, or may second their nomination but they may not nominate and second themselves. If nominations are made from the floor they must receive a second. Once the nominations are made the person presiding over the caucus is required to announce the name of the candidates.


For Election inquiries, contact us.