The state’s August 14th primary is just weeks away, and people can start casting absentee ballots.
The deadline to request one is August 9, and they must be returned by the time polls close on Election Day. A spokesman for the Wisconsin Elections Commission says the deadline for voters to request a mailed absentee ballot is August 9th.
The last day for in-person absentee voting is August 11, but many cities will stop on Friday, August 10.
There are two big statewide races — an eight-person Democratic race for governor, and a Republican primary for U.S. Senate with two candidates.