Next Tuesday is Wisconsin’s Fall Partisan Primary Election

Next Tuesday is Wisconsin’s Fall Partisan Primary Election

Next Tuesday is Wisconsin’s fall partisan primary

Next Tuesday is Wisconsin’s fall partisan primary election. Recently a number of candidates have dropped out of major races, specifically in the Republican race for governor when Kevin Nicholson suspended his campaign in early July and the Democrat race for US Senate, with Tom Nelson, Alex Lasry and Sarah Godlewski all exiting last week. Early voters who have already voted for one of these lapsed candidates can go to their clerk’s office and ask for another ballot if they want to change their vote for a candidate still in these races.

State law allows voters who have voted early in person or by absentee the opportunity to cast a new ballot, but this must be done by this Thursday, August fourth. To make this change, it’s best to go in person to your clerk’s office and request a re-vote. You can find contact information for your clerk at myvote.wi.gov.

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