August 13, 2024 Voter Guide

FALL PARTISAN PRIMARY AND SPECIAL CONGRESSIONAL PRIMARY ELECTION: TUESDAY, AUGUST 13th, 2024

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FIND YOUR DISTRICT and WHAT'S ON YOUR BALLOT and REGISTER TO VOTE

In the Partisan Primary:

You may vote in only ONE party’s primary. If you choose a party, votes cast in that party will be counted. Votes cast in any other party will not be counted. If you do not choose a party, and you vote in more than one party, no votes will be counted. You must vote for individual candidates.

U.S. Congressional Race:

For the 8th Congressional District, due to Governor Ever's executive order, in November there will be a Special Congressional Election (serves for 2 months until Jan. 3, 2025) and a General Congressional Election (serves from Jan. 3, 2025 to Jan. 3, 2027).  Therefore, in the August 13th Primary Election, there will be a Special Congressional Primary and a General Congressional Primary.  In practice, this means we recommend you vote for your preferred Congressional candidate in two separate places on the ballot.  For example, if you are voting for Tony Wied, you would vote for him once under the "Special Congressional Primary" section, and then you would vote again for him as "Representative in Congress." 

*Again, we recommend you vote twice for your preferred Congressional candidate, whether it is Tony Wied, Andre Jacque, or Roger Roth.  

U.S. Senate Race

The Republican Party of Wisconsin endorses Eric Hovde for the U.S. Senate primary.  

Referendum:

See below, we are recommending you vote YES for both 1 & 2

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