The fall partisan primary will be held on Tuesday, August 9. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. If you’re in line by 8pm, just stay in line and you will be able to vote.
On the ballot are candidates for federal and state office. Because this is a partisan primary, voters can only vote for candidates from one party.
Check with your local clerk for early voting locations and hours. If you voted early and your candidate has since dropped out of the race, election officials say you can change your vote by spoiling your ballot.
Update your voting information, request your absentee ballot, and find what’s on your ballot at myvote.wi.gov.
US Senate, Democratic Primary
Note: Since these interviews were recorded, three candidates — Tom Nelson, Alex Lasry, and Sarah Godlewski — have suspended their campaigns.
Wisconsin Governor, Republican Governor
Note: Rebecca Kleefisch and Tim Michels declined WORT’s repeated requests for an interview. Another candidate, Kevin Nicholson, has suspended his campaign.
Secretary of State, Democratic Primary:
Secretary of State, Republican Primary:
Wisconsin Legislature, Assembly District 46
Wisconsin Legislature, Assembly District 80
Note: Candidate Dale Yurs notified WORT that he has suspended his campaign.
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