Altoona City Council Spring Election Information
Altoona Council Seats
The City of Altoona is governed by a mayor and a 6 member city council, who all serve a 3 year term as of 2022 (the mayor will serve a 2 year term from 2022-2024 and then start serving 3 year terms starting in April 2024). Each City Council member is elected by districts, and each member represents about 1,270 people.
This spring districts 4 (ward 7, 8), 5 (ward 9, 10) and 6 (ward 11, 12) are up for election. These postions are currently held by Matthew Biren, Kaitlyn Leopold and Susan Rowe, respectively. The other districts, 1, 2, and 3, will be up for election April 2025.
There are no challengers for this election, so just the incumbents, Biren, Leopold, and Rowe, will be on the ballot.
Dec. 1, 2022: First day to circulate Nomination Papers
December 23, 2022: Incumbents to file Declaration of Candidacy OR
Notification of Noncandidacy by 5 p.m.
(City Hall Closed December 23 & 24)
January 3, 2023: Last day to file Declaration of Candidacy, Nomination Papers
and Campaign Finance Registration Statement
All papers and forms are due in the City Clerk's Office by 5 p.m.
February 21, 2023: Spring Primary (if necessary)
April 4, 2023: Spring Election
For more information on how to get on the ballot look at the Ballot Checklist and Local Candiate Information.
For more information on the Altoona City Council or to find their agendas go here.
Go to myvote.wi for more information on how to register and where to vote.
Watch for more candidate information from the Eau Claire Chamber as the election progresses.
Election 2023: Guide to the Local Spring Election (Eau Claire Chamber of Commerce)
Posted by Mallory Williams, Governmental Affairs Intern