2022 ELECTIONS IN MENOMONEE FALLS
These candidates have announced that they will run in 2022. Keep checking this page for updates on their candidacies and to see when additional candidates announce.
UPCOMING ELECTION DATES IN MENOMONEE FALLS
February 15, 2022 – Spring Primary (if required)
April 5, 2022 – Spring Election
August 9, 2022 – Partisan Primary
November 8, 2022 – General Election
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-incumbent)
WI State Senator Chris Larson (D) [dropped out, endorsed Barnes]
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES (5th Congressional District)
Congressman Scott Fitzgerald (R-incumbent)
Dr. Ron Remmel (D)
WHERE TO VOTE IN MENOMONEE FALLS
To find out where you vote, click here.
HOW TO VOTE EARLY IN MENOMONEE FALLS
For early voting in Menomonee Falls or in-person absentee voting information, click here. ⬅️ This page will be updated when dates for the 2022 elections have been released.
ABSENTEE VOTING IN MENOMONEE FALLS
To request an absentee ballot in Menomonee Falls, click here.
We will post the next date that absentee ballots will be mailed to voters. There is only one ballot return box and it is in front of the Village Hall entrance door. The box on Library Lane was removed due to freezing.
2021 ELECTIONS IN MENOMONEE FALLS
There are no fall elections for Menomonee Falls in 2021.
🌟 Click here for April 6, 2021 spring election results 🌟
These are the races and candidates on the ballot during the April 6, 2021 spring general election.
WISCONSIN STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
MENOMONEE FALLS SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS
A total of two seats are up for election to the Menomonee Falls School Board this year. Of these 4, the candidates who win the most votes will fill those seats.
HAMILTON SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL BOARD
Brian Schneider (incumbent) is running for re-election, unopposed, to a three-year term for the Village of Menomonee Falls seat on the board.
VILLAGE BOARD PRESIDENT
Dave Glasgow (incumbent) is running for re-election to a three-year term, unopposed.
WISCONSIN COURT OF APPEALS, DISTRICT II JUDGE
Suggested vote: Judge Jeff Davis