Here’s the voter information you’ll need to cast your ballot in the 2016 presidential election Tuesday. In addition to the presidential election, citizens in Racine County will also need to cast a vote for who will represent the 1st Congressional District in Washington, D.C., for U.S. Senator and who will head up the District Attorney’s office.
Residents in the 63rd Assembly District will also have to choose between Assembly Speaker Robin Vos, R-Rochester, and Democrat Andy Mitchell who is making his second run at unseating the incumbent.
Poll Hours: 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Sample Ballot: To see a sample ballot, go to the state’s My Vote Wisconsin website and enter your address.
- Polling locations: Your specific polling location can be found on the My Vote Wisconsin site. Or you can visit the village’s elections website for a list of all polling places in Caledonia, Sturtevant, Elmwood Park, Mount Pleasant, Racine, North Bay, and Wind Point.
- Voter ID: A photo ID is required for Tuesday’s election.
Here’s who’s on the ballot:
President of the United States
(D) Hillary Clinton
(R) Donald Trump
Scott N. Bradley
House of Representatives
(i) Paul Ryan
(D) Ryan Solen
(L) Jason Lebeck
(Trump Conservative) Spencer Zimmerman
(i) Ron Johnson
(D) Russ Feingold
(L) Phillip N. Anderson
Racine County District Attorney
(D) Thomas Binger
(R) Tricia Hanson
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