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Vote Tuesday, February 16

Vote! Polls are open Tuesday, from 7:00am – 8:00pm.
Find voting info at  (Find your polling place, update your registration, see your sample ballot, find your elected officials, and more.)
If you have an absentee ballot: witnessed, signed absentee ballots are due by 8:00pm, Tuesday, February 16. Learn more about voting absentee

Voters may register at the polls on election day.
Take your Wisconsin ID, when you go to vote. See acceptable forms of ID
To register, or update your voter registration, take your proof of residence.

By state law, Wisconsin (Wis. Stat. Ann. § 6.76) Workers may take up to three consecutive unpaid hours off work, on election day, to vote.
*Notify employer before election day.*

More voting info here

City of Madison Clerk’s office and voting info

On the ballot: The race for State School Superintendent has seven candidates from across the state. This is a statewide election. Learn more about candidates here and here. The February Primary Election will decide the two candidates who will run for the non-partisan office in the April election.

Also on the ballot are candidates to be judges in Courts of Appeals in three of the state’s four appellate districts and local circuit courts, local nonpartisan roles; and there will also be special primaries for State Assembly District 89 and *State Senate District 13.
(*Special election to replace Scott Fitzgerald. Learn about candidates here.)
This race affects Local 159 members living in SE Dane County, and SW Dodge Co. (as well as eastern Rock Co, and much of Jefferson Co. and beyond). When we elect labor-friendly candidates, their decisions affect us all