Circulating nomination papers easier than you think

By Tim Kowols


Citizens can pick-up and begin circulating nomination papers beginning next Monday for races in Door and Kewaunee counties. Seats on city councils and town and county boards are just some of the positions up for grabs for the spring election in April. City of Kewaunee Clerk Terri Decur says getting enough signatures for the position you want is the only hard part.





Decur recommends candidates get a couple extra signatures just in case any are deemed invalid. Nomination papers are due back to the clerk’s office of your municipality by January 2nd at 5 p.m. If needed, a spring primary would take place on February 19th before the election on April 2nd.

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