In-person absentee voting starts today, July 25

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In-person absentee voting starts today, July 25.


The Partisan Primary Election is August 9 and in-person absentee voting runs through August 5.


A voter must bring ID to the polls and to vote absentee. An ID includes a Wisconsin driver’s license or state ID card, a U.S. passport, military ID card, a college ID meeting certain requirements, a naturalization certificate or ID issued by a state-based American Indian tribe in order to vote.


In the Partisan Primary the ballot reads: You may vote in only ONE party’s primary. If you choose a party, votes case in that party will be counted. Votes cast in any other party will not be counted. If you do not choose a party, and you vote in more than one party, no votes will be counted.


Locally the only contested Republican Party race in Washington County is for the County Clerk. The candidates are listed on the ballot as follows: Ashley Reichert, Braedy Helmbrecht and Aggie Pruner.


There is no one contesting Jane Merten for County Treasurer or Sharon Martin for Register of Deeds.


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