Wisconsin Spring Primary Election: what to know


MADISON – Today Wisconsinites will head to the polls to cast votes for important local, and one statewide race. The statewide race is for the top position at the Wisconsin Department of Instruction. The incumbent is Superintendent Tony Evers. He is vying for a fourth-four year term. His challengers are two educators, Lowell Holtz and John Humphries, both of whom have a record of not supporting public schools.

A handful of voters in several municipalities will also have judges on their ballots.

Turnout for this spring primary is expected to be low. The polls opened at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. Voters still need to bring an ID to the polls, and can register to vote at their polling place. To find your polling location, visit My Vote Wisconsin.

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