Voting in Wisconsin
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Wisconsin Spring 2013 Election
Welcome! This guide provides information on the Wisconsin Spring 2013 Election. It includes information on voting in Wisconsin, registering to vote, candidate profiles, and more.
Spring Primary Day: Tuesday, February 19, 2013.
Spring Election Day: Tuesday, April 2, 2013.
The polls in Wisconsin will be open from 7am to 8pm Central time.
On the Ballot: 2013
The following statewide offices are up for election in Spring 2013:
State Supreme Court seat - The Wisconsin Supreme Court consists of 7 justices, each elected statewide for a term of 10 years. Elections are non-partisan. Vacancies to the court are filled by the governor, with the appointee standing for election the following spring. The Supreme Court is primarily an apellate court and serves as the state's "court of last resort." Three candidates are running:
State Superintendent of Public Instruction - Provides direction for public elementary and secondary education in Wisconsin through the Department of Public Instruction. Elected every four years. Elections are non-partisan. Two candidates are running:
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