It’s spring primary election day 2017

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Photo by Kristen Price via stock.xchng

It’s spring primary election day. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Twin Lakes voters will vote at Village Hall.

In Salem Lakes, all polling places for both the former Town of Salem and the former Village of Silver Lake will remain the same for this election year, Salem town Clerk Cindi Dulaney recently announced. There is one small change however.  The village of Silver Lake wards were previously known as Wards 1, 2 and 3.  These three wards have been renamed as Wards 11, 12 and 13. There are no other changes in the way you vote or where you vote, Dulaney said.

Most of the action on the ballot in Western Kenosha County also is in Salem Lakes:

  • Joe Wade, John McEntegart, Pat Dunn, Dennis Faber, Mike Culat, Ted Kmiec, Dan Campion and Eric Ericksen will compete in the primary for Salem Lakes village trustee. All Salem Lakes voters can vote in this race and vote for as many as three candidates. The primary will narrow the field to six names that will appear on the April 4 spring election ballot to compete for three seats.
  • Mary K. Vozel, Joy Corona, Dee Dee Adamecz, Adam Lang and Bert A. Christensen will compete in the Silver Lake-Salem Joint School District No. 1 (Riverview School) board primary. Salem Lakes residents within that school district will be able to vote for as many as two candidates. The primary will narrow the field to four names that will appear on the April 4 spring election ballot to compete for two seats.

There also is a statewide primary for state superintendent of pubic instruction, with three candidates — incumbent Tony Evers, Lowell E. Holtz and John Humphries — on the ballot.

A list of polling places is available here.

Note: We will report results of the election as soon as they available. Check back. — DH

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