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Deadlines approaching for spring election

You have a little more time to wait if you want to cast your ballot in person for the upcoming election.

  • March 15th is the deadline to register to vote online or by mail ahead of the April 4th election.
  • You can also register at your municipal clerk’s office by March 31st or on the day of the election at your polling place.
  • You have to be registered to request an absentee ballot, which you have until March 30th to do before you mail it or drop it off at your clerk’s office before election day.
  • In-person absentee voting begins on March 21st and continues through April 2nd at your clerk’s office, though the hours may vary depending on where they are located.  


While the Wisconsin State Supreme Court is taking many of the headlines, there are other big races taking place as well. Several municipalities and school districts will be hosting contested elections for their communities including the Nasewaupee Town Board. The candidate forum for Nasewaupee featuring Mark Hilsabeck, Bill Krueger, Mark Feuerstein, Don Sixel Jr., Gene LaPlante, and Tim Smith, has been posted by the League of Women Voters of Door County.  Gibraltar and Washington Island School District voters will answer their own referendum questions concerning funding while the entire state will tackle issues like welfare benefits and conditions for the release of criminals behind bars.


The Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles is encouraging Wisconsinites to get their photo identification needs taken care of before the spring election on April 4th.


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