If you have moved or changed your name, you will need to update your voter registration.
Register to vote early in-person, or in-person on Election Day at your assigned polling location.
Request an absentee mail ballot online by 2/16 and skip the line on Election Day.
Find your assigned polling place location and cast your ballot on Election Day!
Wisconsin's State Supreme Court is highly contested and with the court split 3-3 (progressive vs. conservative), who we elect this Spring could determine the ideological leaning of the Court for the next 10 years. The Wisconsin State Supreme Court is the state's highest court and the final court of appeals on cases that began in the state court system (cases involving federal laws can be appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. They are responsible for determining if laws violate the Wisconsin Constitution and establishes and enforced procedural rules and codes of conduct for Wisconsin attorneys, judges and justices.
The two candidates running against each other are Milwaukee County Judge Janet Protasiewicz is a veteran prosecutor, victim advocate and has spent over a decade on the Circuit Court. Her goal is to protect constitutional rights from attacks by right-wing extremists and Former Supreme Court Judge Daniel Kelly was appointed to the Court by then-Gov. Walker but lost the seat in the 2020 election. Kelly voted consistently with the Conservatives and now works at a conservative think tank in Delafield.
Here are some facts about Justices:
The State Supreme Court takes on cases with issues that impact many people in Wisconsin. Their rulings decide:
Racine will also have a mayoral race with incumbent Mayor Cory Mason and Henry Perez and Michael Schrader is a Registered Write-In Candidate.
Deadline to register to vote by mail or online in the Spring Primary. After this date, voters must register in-person in the municipal clerk’s office or at their polling place.
In-person early voting can begin. Each city, village and town is responsible for setting the dates and hours of in-person absentee voting for their municipality, though it can begin no earlier than 14 days before the election and ends no later than the Sunday before the election.
Absentee ballot request deadline for regular and overseas voters.
Last day to register to vote in the clerk's office or other designated location before Election Day.
Election Day, polls are open from 7am–8pm. Voters can register in-person on Election Day. Deadline to return an absentee ballot is 8pm.
Racine Interfaith Coalition will be offering Free Ride to the Polls during early voting period and on Election Day. Call 262-635-9532 to request a ride from the RIC office.
866-VOTE-WIS / 868-3944 (staffed Mon – Fri from 7:45 AM – 4:30 PM/ longer hours on Election Day)
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