Sturgeon Bay council member hopes for huge voter turnout

Sturgeon Bay Council Member Seth Wiederanders says he hopes a pair of referenda on the April 2nd ballot will bring more people out to vote than usual. The marijuana and Sturgeon Bay Schools referenda are hotly debated topics and Wiederanders thinks that could bring more voters to the polls. Wiederanders added he hopes people will be interested to learn more about the other races on the ballot and not just the referendum items.



Wiederanders says the granary issue could also bring more people out.

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