Established in 1847, the Town of Verona is a local unit of government within the County of Dane in the southern part of the state of Wisconsin. The Town is on the southwestern edge of Madison — Wisconsin's State Capital. The town of Verona has an estimated 2019 population of 1,998 and is part of the Verona Area School District.

Requesting an Absentee Ballot

Amid heightened concerns regarding the continued spread of COVID-19, many electors may want to consider requesting an absentee ballot for the upcoming election or for the entire year.  There are many ways to request a ballot, but all must be in writing to the Municipal Clerk.  Perhaps the simplest, if you use a smart phone or computer, is to request ballots through My Vote Wisconsin.  Once on the website, you can choose the Vote Absentee from the banner towards the top of the landing web page.  The application will prompt you to provide your first name, last name, and date of birth.  Once you confirm your identity, you will be given a range of choices.  If you have no photo ID on file, you will be prompted to provide that for the Clerk.


Another means to request an Absentee Ballot is to use the standardized form.  Once you complete it and print it, you can mail it to the Clerk, bring it to the Town Office during regular office hours, email it to the Clerk at, or drop it in our secure lockbox in our vestibule.  The Town office’s physical and mailing address is as follows: 7669 CTH PD, Verona, WI 53593.  Don’t forget to include a copy of a photo ID (typically a Driver License issued by the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles, U.S. Passport, Military ID, etc.).  Lastly, you can use the same email for the Clerk listed above and request a ballot; be certain to include your full name in the request, your current Verona address, the election or elections for which you are requesting a ballot, how you want to receive the ballot (mail or email), and the address where you want the ballot to be sent.


More questions?  Please call John Wright at (608) 807-4466.