There are 66 Boards Of Elections in Wisconsin, serving a population of 5,763,217 people in an area of 54,145 square miles. There is 1 Board Of Elections per 87,321 people, and 1 Board Of Elections per 820 square miles.
The state of Wisconsin is ranked 24th in Boards Of Elections per capita, and 25th in Boards Of Elections per square mile.
Find Wisconsin Citizen Voting Age Population (Age 18 and Over). Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2017 ACS 5-Year Estimates.
|Voting Age Population||4,328,520||226,926,207|