As a member of the League of Women Voters of the Upper St. Croix Valley, I encourage citizens to participate in the Spring Election on April 6.  Jill Underly and Deborah Kerr, both nonpartisan, will be running for the position of State Superintendent of Public Instruction.  Issues include Covid protection, funding, disparity in education, and teacher shortage. 

There are also two nonpartisan candidates, Rick Cveykus and Greg Gill Jr., running to be on the Wisconsin Court of Appeals, District III.  

Candidate information can be found at VOTE411.org.  Local election information can be found on your county website.  Additionally, on the Polk County ballot will be a referendum on Fair Maps.  Information on it can be found at LWV-SCV.org.

Online voter information can be found at MyVote.wi.gov. Online voter registration ends on March 17, but a ballot can still be requested until April 1; and you can find your local clerk and polling place. If you wish to request an absentee ballot, it is important to request and return it ASAP to avoid delays.  

Voters can also vote early with their local clerk from March 23 through April 2.  Call to see what your clerk’s hours are.  And don’t forget that you can both register and vote on Tuesday, April 6—election day.  In Wisconsin, voters are required to have an acceptable ID (bringit.wi.gov) to be on file.

 

Kay Brooks

Voter Services Chair

League of Women 

Voters-St. Croix Valley

New Richmond

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