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Five voting centers, five absentee ballot drop-off locations open in Milwaukee for Tuesday's primary

Wisconsin's spring election continues on despite coronavirus pandemic [PHOTOS]
Posted at 8:46 PM, Apr 06, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-07 14:12:30-04

MILWAUKEE — If you're looking to vote in Wisconsin's spring primary, Milwaukee has five voting centers for Tuesday's election. Typically, there are 180 polling sites. There will also be five drop-off locations if you have already requested your absentee ballot.

Here's where you can vote in person Tuesday:

1) Hamilton High School (6215 W. Warnimont Avenue)
2) Marshall High School (4141 N. 64th Street)
3) Riverside High School (1615 E. Locust Street)
4) South Division High School (1515 W. Lapham Boulevard)
5) Washington High School (2525 N. Sherman Boulevard)

To figure out your polling place, go to myvote.wi.gov. From there, click on "Find My Polling Place" and type in your address. The polling location will show up.

The deadline to receive an absentee ballot was on Friday. If you already have an absentee ballot, you can drop it off in your mailbox on Tuesday before the mail gets picked up. Make sure the ballot is postmarked.

Voters who have completed their absentee ballot with a certificate envelope can drop it off at any of the locations below:

Drop-off Location NameDrop-off Location Address
Zablocki Library
3501 W. Oklahoma Ave. (enter through the courtyard)
Bay View Library
2566 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.
Washington Park Library
2121 N Sherman Blvd.
Mill Road Library
6431 N. 76th St.
Frank P. Zeidler Municipal Bldg
841 N. Broadway

They will all be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Election officials estimate 45,000 people who have requested absentee ballots have not sent them in.

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