Now Accepting Nominations for Alderman & Mayor

Now accepting nominations for Alderman
Are you a Menasha resident living in district 2, 4, 6, or 8? The Clerk's Office is still accepting nominations for Alderman. Don't wait...the deadline to file nomination papers is Tuesday, January 2, 2024 at 5:00pm in the Clerk's Office (100 Main Street, Suite 200 (2nd Floor).

How do I get my name on the ballot? 
 1. Live in the district you are running for  2. Complete the necessary nomination papers:        - Registration Statement
       - Declaration of Candidacy
       - Complete the top portion of the nomination papers 
 3. Collect 20-40 signatures from residents in your district 4. Return the completed paperwork to the City Clerk's Office Use the WI Election Commission's handy nomination checklist to ensure you've completed the necessary steps.

When will the election be held? An election will be held in the City of Menasha, on Tuesday, April 2, 2024. If a primary is necessary (3 or more candidates run for any given office), the primary will be held on Tuesday, February 20, 2024.

Who are the current incumbents? Office                                        Incumbent
Alderperson, District 2               Rosita Eisenach
Alderperson, District 4               Austin R. Hammond
Alderperson, District 6               Thomas Grade
Alderperson, District 8               Randy Ropella

What is an alderperson's term?The term for alderperson is two (2) years and begins on Tuesday, April 16, 2024. 

For more information
Contact the City Clerk's Office at (920) 967-3603 to pick-up your nomination packet or to inquire about the process. 

Now accepting nominations for MayorCity of Menasha Incumbents who have filed a Notification of Non-Candidacy (EL-163) for the April 2, 2024 Spring Election

Name of Incumbent: 
Donald J. Merkes
Office Held: Mayor for the City of Menasha
Date Filed: November 22. 2023

For more information regarding how to get on the ballot (for Mayor or Alderperson) for the City of Menasha, please refer to the More About Elections - How to get on the ballot (run for a local office) portion of the Clerk's page.