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What you need to know this Election Day in Wisconsin


Tuesday is election day in Wisconsin. 

Statewide, voters will elect a next justice to the Wisconsin Supreme Court for a 10-year term and will be asked whether the state constitution should be amended to get rid of the state treasurer's office.

In areas closer to home, voters across the area will elect county board supervisors, judges and mayors, as well as make decisions on several school district referenda. There's a $12.6 million school referendum in Philips and the Prentice Area School District is asking for $8.5 million.

A referendum to disallow corporations from funding political candidates is on the spring ballot in Marshfield and Wittenberg.  

The polls will open in Wisconsin at 7 a.m. Tuesday and close at 8 p.m.

Winter weather will threaten most of the state Tuesday. Check the forecast to plan your day.

You can find your polling place and see your sample ballot by visiting myvote.wi.gov or by visiting the website of your local election office.

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