Early in-person voting has begun statewide for the Spring nonpartisan general election. Election Day is Tuesday, April Fifth. To be sure of the hours and days you can vote early in your clerk’s office, contact your clerk. Early in-person voting ends Friday, April First. For those voters voting by mail with an absentee ballot, be sure to return your completed ballot in the envelope provided no later than eight p-m on Election Day. Per court order, there will be no absentee ballot drop boxes for this election. Absentee ballots must be returned by mail or handed to the clerk.
For details on voting in this important election we urge you to visit myvote.wi.gov. You can see a sample ballot there that will help you research the candidates and issues. On your ballot could be mayors, city council members, town and village supervisors, county supervisors, school board members, and judges. Make a difference where you live by voting in this election
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