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Clerks prepared for busy Election Day

You are only a day away from knowing who will represent you at the federal and state level. The polls will open across the state at 7 a.m. before closing at 8 p.m. Wisconsin will have the nation’s eyes on them after millions of dollars were dumped in the U.S. Senate race featuring Ron Johnson and Mandela Barnes and the state Governor’s race showcasing Tony Evers and Tim Michaels. The state Senate race between Andre Jacque and Andrea Gage-Michaels and the state Assembly rematch between Joel Kitchens and Roberta Thelen will also be on the ballot, along with battles for Attorney General, State Treasurer, and Secretary of State. Local races for Door County Sheriff, Kewaunee County Sheriff, Door County Clerk of Circuit Court, Kewaunee County Clerk of Circuit Court, and Kewaunee County Coroner are uncontested. According to the Wisconsin Elections Commission, close to 720,000 Wisconsinites have already cast their ballot. That includes over 4,000 people in Door County and nearly 1,300 in Kewaunee County. Sister Bay Clerk Heidi Teich says about a third of its village’s population has already voted, but she is still expecting a big turnout on Tuesday.

Some voters will have even more incentive to vote before the polls close. Southern Door and Denmark School District residents will also decide on operational and capital referendum questions.

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