With everything else going on in the world, it could be easy to forget that it's also an election year.  Locally, Wisconsin residents are most-affected with the primary election scheduled for Tuesday, April 7 still taking place.

Officials with the City Clerk's office in Superior have been busy accommodating a higher-than-usual number of absentee mail-in ballots - as well as making plans for "dive-through" voting options outside of the Government Center.  They're also alerting people who usually cast their ballots at the Salvation Army polling location that there will be a change of venue/location for this election only; voters who usually vote there will instead need to go to the Government Center to cast their ballot in the spring election and presidential preference primary.

Voting will be set up in the atrium - which is just inside the front doors on the north side of the building - at the Government Center:  1316 North 14th Street.  For any voting or election-related questions, you're directed to call Superior City Clerk Terri Kalan:  715-395-7200.

 

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