Tuesday, April 2, 2019 is election day!
Are you prepared? Voting in Wisconsin? Visit MyVote Wisconsin to check your voter registration status, find your voting place, and to learn what’s on your ballot.
There’s a statewide election for a Wisconsin Supreme Court justice, for which Brian Hagedorn and Lisa Neubauer are running. You can see other elections in Wisconsin, including three Court of Appeal judges (Districts 2, 3, and 4), online via Ballotpedia.
Some ballots will include votes on circuit court judges, school board members, municipal offices, or referenda. In Whitewater, there are city Council seats up for election, a Whitewater municipal judge position (for which Patrick E. Taylor and Chad Buehler are running), and two Unified School District seats to fill (for which Jennifer E. Kienbaum, Jim Stewart, and Amy Hagen Curtis are running). Recordings of the local League of Women Voters’ candidate forums for the school board and council candidates may be viewed online.
More information about voting in Wisconsin, e.g., eligibility and ID requirements, may be found at Vote411.org. Information about voting in Whitewater is provided online by the City Clerk.
If you’d like assistance with finding information about voting in other locations, please ask a librarian (email, chat, phone 262.472.1032, or visit the Reference Desk)!