Wisconsin Primary is in 2 Weeks

Date: August 17, 2010

On Tuesday, Sept. 14, Wisconsin will hold its federal and state primary elections. With the current political and economic climates both in Madison and Washington, D.C., your vote and your voice is more important than ever. Primary elections are the first step in allowing you, the voter, to determine who will represent your interests in public office.

Primary elections are just as important as November’s general election. Make sure your voice is heard throughout the process.
Not registered to vote? Wisconsin allows voters to register on Election Day. To register in advance or learn about Election Day registration requirements, visit the Government Accountability Board’s website.
Important dates to remember:
  • Voter registration deadline – Sept. 14
  • Early primary vote period – Aug. 24 to Sept. 13
  • Early primary vote by mail application due – Sept. 9
  • Primary – Sept. 14
For more information about polling locations or times, contact the Wisconsin Government Accountability Board.
For a list of all candidates running for office visit here.
Remember to bring a valid ID on Election Day.
If you have any questions about the candidates, where they stand on small business issues, or whom NFIB/Wisconsin is supporting please contact your State Director, Bill Smith by phone at 608-255-6083 or via email at

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