Sussex 2012 Primary Election Guide

With the election season under way, this is what every Sussex resident needs to know about voting in the Aug. 14 primary.

We want to make sure you've got all the information you need before hitting the voting booth on Tuesday, Aug. 14. See below for information on the upcoming election and a breakdown of every race, with links to individual candidate profiles.

Election Info

Registration: Haven't registered to vote yet? Download Sussex's registration form.

Sample ballot: Download the sample ballot from the Village of Sussex web site.

Polling locations: Sussex only has one polling location, the , located behind on Maple Avenue. If you have any questions regarding the polling location, you can always email the Village Clerk or simply call her at (262) 246-5211.

Early voting: Download the application for an absentee ballot. You also may submit a written request via mail. The deadline to vote absentee is 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 10. 

Here are the races and candidates who will be on the primary ballot.

U.S. Senate

  • Tommy Thompson (R)
  • Eric Hovde (R)
  • Mark Neumann (R)
  • Jeff Fitzgerald (R)
  • Tammy Baldwin (D)
  • 5th Congressional District

  • Jim Sensenbrenner (R)
  • Dave Heaster (D)
  • Both candidates are uncontested.

    98th State Assembly District

  • Paul Farrow (R)
  • Eric Prudent (D)
  • Both candidates are uncontested.

    Waukesha County District Attorney

  • Brad Schimel (R)
  • This race is uncontested.

    Waukesha County Clerk

  • Kathleen Karalewitz (R)
  • Gina Kozlik (R)
  • Kathleen Novack (R)
  • Jessica Read (D)
  • Waukesha County Treasurer

  • Pam Reeves (R)
  • This race is uncontested.

    Waukesha County Register of Deeds

  • James Behrend (R)
  • Barbara Lloyd (R)
  • Michael Starich (R)
  • Sharpie November 05, 2012 at 08:57 AM
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