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Here’s the voter information you’ll need to cast your ballot in the 2016 spring election Tuesday. In addition to local races for City Council and trustee seats in most of the villages east of I-94 as well as for the Racine Unified School District, voters will also cast a ballot in the partisan presidential primary.

Poll Hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. To catch up on candidates, follow this link to Racine County Eye election coverage.

Election Information

Here’s who’s on the ballot:

City of Racine

District 2: (i) Mollie Jones and Robert Anderson
District 4: John Dunk and Tracey Larrin
District 6: (i) Sandra Weidner and Jeffery Peterson

To learn more about City Council candidates, watch the forum here or click the above links to read about them in The Journal Times.

Village of Caledonia:

Seat No. 2: (i) Kathy Trentadue and Eric Butcher

Village of Mount Pleasant:

Seat No. 2: (i) Rick McCluskey and Ken Otwaska
Seat No. 4: (i) Gary Feest and Jim Kusters
Seat No. 6: (i) Anna Marie Clausen and Jon Hansen

Village of Sturtevant:

Carrie Harbach (i); Jayme Hoffman (i); Daryl Lynaugh (i); Michelle Duchow

Racine Unified School District:

District 1: Michelle Duchow
District 2: Incumbents John Koetz and Dennis Wiser
District 3: Incumbents Pam Handrow and Mike Frontier
District 4: Incumbents Julie McKenna and Kim Plache
District 5: (i) Chuck Goodremote and Steve Hooper
District 6: John Heckenlively and Jim Venturini
District 7: (i) Don Nielsen and Brian O’Connell
District 8: (i) Melvin Hargrove and Matt Hanser
District 9: Kurt Squire and Robert Wittke

Partisan Presidential Primary:

Democrats: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders

Republicans: Ted Cruz, John Kasich, Donald Trump

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