Upcoming Assembly District 37 Special Election

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Do you live in the 37th Assembly District? If you do, be prepared to vote in the special election to select an Assembly representative.

The seat opened up after Rep. John Jagler was elected to the State Senate to fill the seat of former State Senator Scott Fitzgerald, who was elected to Congress last fall.

The 37th Assembly District includes portions of Dodge, Jefferson and Columbia counties and part of Columbus, Waterloo and Watertown, and the villages of DeForest, Lowell, and Reeseville.

  • The Special Election Primary will be held June 15th
  • The Special Election will be held July 13th

You can check your voter registration, request an absentee ballot, and get other voting information at MyVoteWisconsin.

Here is a step-by-step election guide (accessible pdf) to help you make a plan to vote in the Primary and Special Election for Assembly District 37. The guide includes guidance for voter registration and instructions for absentee or in-person voting.

The important dates for the June 15 primary are:

  • May 26: deadline to register by mail or online.
  • June 1: in-person absentee voting may begin.
  • June 10: deadline for requesting an absentee ballot (regular voters).
  • June 11: deadline for requesting an absentee ballot (indefinitely confined voters).
  • June 11: deadline for registering in-person at the clerk’s office.

For the special election on July 13, the important dates are:

  • June 23: deadline to register by mail or online.
  • June 29: in-person absentee voting may begin.
  • July 8: deadline for requesting an absentee ballot (regular voters).
  • July 9: deadline for requesting an absentee ballot (indefinitely confined voters).
  • July 9: deadline for registering in-person at the clerk’s office.