MILWAUKEE, WI — If you’re looking at the calendar and wondering whether you’re missing out on fall election season in Wisconsin, don’t fret — there isn’t a major election in the Badger State until 2020.

According to the Wisconsin Election Commission, here are the next election dates in Wisconsin:

Spring Primary: February 18, 2020

Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary: April 7, 2020

Here are three places you can keep track of the spring 2020 election ahead of time

1) Wisconsin Election Commission’s Elections Page: Find out which offices are up in Spring 2020. While you’re there, check out Wisconsin Election Commission’s Candidate Tracker: As candidates file for election, you can see their names added to this list.

2) My Vote Wisconsin: Check your local municipal ballot for national, state and local candidates when the time comes.

3) Voter ID Guidelines: Be sure you’re prepared at the polls by reviewing the acceptable forms of identification required in Wisconsin.


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