Saturday, February 16, 2013
With the election season under way, here is what every Sussex resident needs to know about voting in Tuesday's primary.
Saturday, February 16
We want to make sure you've got all the information you need before hitting the voting booth on Tuesday, Feb. 19. See below for information on the upcoming election and a breakdown of every race, with links to individual candidate profiles. Registration: If you haven't registered to vote, you can still vote at the polls on election day. Polling locations: All voting takes place at the Sussex National Guard Armory, W239N5678 Maple Ave. Hours: Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sample ballot: Voters in Wards 1 to 7 can find a sample ballot here. Voters in Ward 8 can find a sample ballot here. If you're not sure what ward you live in, check the village's ward map or visit the Wisconsin Voter Information website. Here are the races and …
Monday, January 21, 2013
The Wisconsin Legislature will tackle some key issues in 2013, and Patch is asking our readers to pose some questions for the candidates who are running in the 98th Assembly District primary election next month.
Don't look now, but there's another election just around the corner. Five candidates are running in the special Republican primary election for the 98th Assembly District on Feb. 19. Since no Democrats have filed for the race, the winner of the primary is all but certain to be elected to office in a special general election in April. Sussex is part of the 98th District. The candidates are: Patch will be there every step of the way as we cover the race, but this time around, we are going to have our readers get more involved in our coverage of the legislative campaign. And we're starting by asking you to help us formulate questions for the candidates. Patch will soon contact the candidates to get biographical information as well as their …
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Despite losing the presidential race, the Republican ticket fared well in Sussex as well as Thompson, Sensenbrenner and Farrow.
If it were up to Sussex, the Republican ticket of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan would be headed to the White House and Tommy Thompson would be on his way to the U.S. Senate. Voters here overwhelming supported Romney/Ryan with a 68 to 32 percent margin. Thompson faired even better, garnering 69 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results. This is nothing new for Sussex, where Republicans enjoy heavy advantages during the past two presidential races. The Village of Sussex has voted predominately Republican during the last two elections. In 2008, John McCain defeated President Barack Obama 64 to 36 percent in Sussex. In 2004, George W. Bush earned 70 percent of the vote over John Kerry and in 2000, Bush won with 67 percent of the vote…
Friday, August 10, 2012
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. 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 National Guard Armory, located behind Armory Park 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 …
Friday, March 23, 2012
From the presidential primary to the local School Board races, you'll find everything you need to know about the candidates and the races in the April 3 elections our special Election Central Voters Guide.