Tuesday, April 3 is Election Day in Wisconsin. Here's what's at stake and what you need to know before you head to the polls:
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice:
Voters will choose from Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock and Milwaukee County Judge Rebecca Dallet in the race for Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice.
Screnock was appointed to the bench by Governor Scott Walker and is considered the conservative in the non-partisan race. Dallet advanced over Madison lawyer Tim Burns for the liberal or progressive vote in the February election.
Whoever prevails will hold the position for 10 years. Check the updated results here.
Referendum on Eliminating State Treasurer:
The current treasurer, Matt Adamczyk, campaigned on the promise of eliminating his office in order to save taxpayers money. This position's duties have mostly been transferred to the departments of administration and revenue since 2003.
Races for Mayor:
Voters will decide on a new mayor in Cedarburg, Delafield, Lake Geneva, Oak Creek and Oconomowoc.
A number of communities also have school referendums at stake. Many are asking for a revenue limit increase.
- Brown Deer - $26 million
- Delavan-Darien School District - revenue limit increase
- Horicon - $23 million, revenue limit increase
- Hustisford - revenue limit increase
- Northern Ozaukee - $15 million
- Plymouth - $32 million
- Randall Consolidated School District - $5.5 million, revenue limit increase
- Wheatland - $8.4 million, revenue limit increase
- Whitnall School District - $16 million
Since 2000, there have been seven spring elections with a contested statewide election for Supreme Court Justice but without a presidential primary. The average turnout for those seven elections is 21.5 percent of the voting-age population.
For a complete list of polling locations and times, visit MyVote.gov .
To check the list of acceptable photo identifications, click here .
If you plan to register for the first time or update your registration with a change of name or address, bring a proof of residence showing your current name and address.