Polling Places

Polls are open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm on election day.

Did you know your poll site is determined by your home address?
 
RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS  [  WARD  [  ALDERMANIC DISTRICT  [  POLL SITE

The ballots you are issued for each election correspond to the ward in which you reside, and the City of Superior is currently composed of 32 wards. Furthermore, 2 or more wards are assigned to each of the city's 10 aldermanic (or city council) districts; the residents of 2 aldermanic districts are asked to report to 1 of 5 polling locations in the City of Superior to vote on election day. 

The easiest way to determine your ward and corresponding poll site is to visit the Wisconsin Myvote website, where all you have to do is provide your home address. 

There is a city-wide aldermanic map here if you are unsure of your ward/aldermanic district. If you would like to confirm your polling location by consulting your aldermanic map, click the links in the Aldermanic District column below. 

Wards Poll Site Aldermanic Distict / Alderperson / Map
1-3 Central Assembly of God Church
3000 Hammond Ave
1Nicholas Ledin (MAP)
4-6 Zion Lutheran Church
2022 E 2nd St
2 - Jenny Van Sickle (MAP)

7-8 Central Assembly of God Church
3000 Hammond Ave
3 - Warren Bender (MAP)

9-12 Zion Lutheran Church
2022 E 2nd St
4 - Jack Sweeney (MAP)

13-16 WITC Conference Center
600 N 21st St, Mertz Mortorelli Dr Entrance
5 - Brent Fennessey (MAP)

17-19 Government Center Atrium (Previously Salvation Army)
1316 N 14th St
6 - Tylor Elm (MAP)

20-22 WITC Conference Center
600 N 21st St, Mertz Mortorelli Dr Entrance
7 - Ruth Ludwig (MAP)

23-26 Billings Park Civic Ctr
3903 N 18th St
8 - Craig Sutherland (MAP)

27-29 Billings Park Civic Ctr
3903 N 18th St
9 - Keith Kern (MAP)

30-32 Government Center Atrium (Previously Salvation Army)
1316 N 14th St
10 - Esther Dalbec (MAP)

If you have any questions or would like assistance in locating your poll site, please contact the City Clerk's Office at 395-7383 or 395-7200, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm (or on Election Day from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm).