Town of Holland, WI
Sheboygan County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Holland 6-20-2011 by Ord. No. 6-2011. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Section 5.15, Wis. Stats., requires all cities, villages and towns with a population of 1,000 or more to establish municipal wards based on the results of the most recent decennial federal census, Section 59.10(3), Wis. Stats., requires that each county board adopt and transmit to each municipal governing body in the county a tentative county supervisory district plan, dividing the county into districts and designating the approximate location and population of each ward proposed to effectuate the division of the county into districts.
The wards identified and described for the Town of Holland in the Tentative County Supervisory District Plan adopted by the Sheboygan County Board on May 17, 2011, are hereby accepted and established by the Town of Holland as Ward 1, Ward 2 and Ward 3.
Wards 1, 2 and 3 created above are hereby combined for voting purposes, so as to share a common polling place, and such combined wards shall use common ballot boxes and ballots or voting machines and separate returns shall not be maintained for the combined wards at any election, except where separate ballots are required by statute.
The polling place for all wards shall be the Town of Holland Town Hall, W3005 County Road G, unless otherwise designated by the Town Board.
[Added 1-14-2019 by Ord. No. 2-2019]
There may be two shifts for election officials on election days. Times will be set by the Town Clerk and may change from election to election based on voter volume expected and availability of election officials. The first shift shall commence 30 minutes prior to the opening of the polls and the second shift shall end with completion of all required election day duties that follow the closure of the polls.
The Town may appoint one additional inspector to serve at each polling place without regard to party affiliation who shall serve as a greeter to answer questions and to direct electors to the proper locations for registration and voting and who should be available to substitute for other election officials if they must leave the room during the voting process.