People in Appleton can start voting absentee in person today.
Every community in the state can set its own schedule leading up to the August 14th primary.
Appleton City Clerk Kami Lynch says voters can stop in during their regular office hours.
On Thursday, August 9th and Friday, August 10th they’ll be open an extra half-hour, until 5 p.m.
Lynch says it’s a partisan primary, so people can only vote for candidates from one party. She says people outside of Appleton should check with their clerk’s office to see when in-person absentee voting is available.
She says they’ve been steady so far today, and she expects it to get busier as the election draws closer.