FEBRUARY 16 ELECTION PRIMARY
Request your ABSENTEE BALLOT now at myvote.wi.gov OR by emailing or calling your municipal clerk. IF YOU VOTE ABSENTEE FROM HOME, be sure to sign and have a WITNESS sign and put her address on your ballot envelope. You can mail your ballot back, but if you are able, it's better to drop your ballot in the GREEN ballot drop box in the City Hall parking lot.
Vote ABSENTEE IN PERSON (AiP) now through February 12. Check with your municipal clerk for hours. In La Crosse, AiP voting hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday hours are 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Except Friday, February 12, the hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Use the designated entrance on the north side of city hall.
Vote IN PERSON AT YOUR POLLING PLACE ON ELECTION DAY, February 16.
Get all the voting info you need at myvote.wi.gov.
=====There are ten candidates for mayor of the City of La Crosse. Here are some resources that might help you decide.
- La Crosse Independent/La Crosse Local January 21 candidate forum
- WIZM - two nights of mayor forums
- La Crosse Tribune candidate Q&A collection
- On February 4, La Crosse Area Transit Advocates will publish results of a mayoral candidate survey on local and regional public transportation
There are seven candidates for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Here are some past and coming opportunities to hear from them:
- January 7: League of Women Voters candidate forum
- January 21: Association for Equity in Funding online forum
- February 4: Wisconsin PTA candidate forum 7 p.m. ONLINE
- February 11 LWV Candidate Forum - What's at Stake for Black & Brown Communities?, 7 p.m.
- Wisconsin Examiner overview of candidates including funding and relationship details
UPDATE: Voter guide from Cia Siab, Inc.