Wisconsin spring primary: Where to vote, what's on ballot, more
MILWAUKEE - The spring primary in Wisconsin is taking place Tuesday, Feb. 21. Voters will help decide what is on the ballot for the spring election on April 4. Polls open at 7 a.m.
The biggest race in the statewide primary is for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. There are four candidates running – Jennifer Durrow, Daniel Kelly, Everett Mitchell, and Janet Protasiewicz. The top two will face off in April.
Additonally, former State Sen. Alberta Darling (R-River Hills) retired last year after 32 years in office. The race for her seat could determine whether Republicans get a supermajority in the Wisconsin Senate. Janel Brandtjen, Dan Knodl, and Van Mobley are all running for the GOP nomination. The winner will face Democrat Jodi Habush Sinykin – who does not have a primary opponent.
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Most, if not all questions can be answered by visiting the MyVoteWisconsin website. But some basic information you may require includes:
A photo ID is required to vote in the state of Wisconsin. Valid identification for voting purposes includes a driver's license, identification card, military or student ID card, etc. There is no separate "voter ID." A federally compliant REAL ID card is not required for voting purposes. Anyone unsure if their identification meets the requirements should visit the Wisconsin Elections Commission website to check.