Citizen involvement is essential to conduct open, accurate, and fair elections in Wisconsin. Indeed, by state law we must have three poll workers/election inspectors (typically local residents from the municipality) present for voting to even happen! Working on election day fosters an appreciation for the democratic process and is one of the most rewarding things you can do.
The Village of Ridgeway is very fortunate to have a wonderful team of inspectors committed to helping every eligible resident cast a ballot and have that ballot counted. While this is true every year, this year presented a unique and challenging environment that our team of inspectors managed with their usual smiles.
Thank you pollworkers for your service this year – one of the busiest voter turnout years ever!
If you would like to join this amazing team you can find more information here, or contact your Elections Clerk. High School Students are also eligible to participate while learning about this important civic process!