Who can sign my nomination papers?
  • Each signer must live within the Village of Lake Delton.
  • Electors must sign their own name unless unable to do so because of physical disability.
  • A person may not sign for his or her spouse, or for any other person, even when they have been given a power of attorney by that person.
  • Only one signature per person for the same office is valid.
  • A complete address, including the municipality of residence for voting purposes, and the street and number, if any, of the residence, (or postal address if it is located in the jurisdiction that the candidate seeks to represent), shall be listed for each signature on the nomination paper.
  • The date of the signature must be included.
  • The elector must be 18 years of age at the time the paper is signed.

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1. Am I Eligible to Run for Village Trustee?
2. What do I do first?
3. What is the earliest date to circulate nomination papers?
4. When is the deadline for filing nomination papers?
5. What is the minimum number of signatures required?
6. Do I need to file campaign finance reports?
7. Who can sign my nomination papers?
8. Can I purchase a copy of voter’s names and mailing address for Village of Lake Delton, can I get that from the Municipal Clerk?