Update: Here is a voter guide on the local candidates, including bio information and stances on issues.
You can now cast a vote in the April 7 election.
In-person absentee voting is open, meaning you can vote at South Milwaukee City Hall each business day between now and Thursday, April 2, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. City Hall will be closed on Good Friday, April 3. However, appointments can be made in advance with the city clerk to vote absentee on that day between 3 and 5 p.m. by calling 768-7499.
You don’t need a reason to vote this way — you can simply show up and request a ballot and cast it right there.
There are contested aldermanic races in the First and Second Districts and a contested school board race.
- In the First District, incumbents Craig Maass and Frank Van Dusen III face challenger Frank Disco Gratke.
- In the Second District, incumbents R. Patrick Stoner and Ramon Navarro face challengers Michael Johnson and Larry Pagelsdorf for two seats.
- For school board, incumbent David Maass faces challengers Jon Shelenske and Jeff Dess for two seats.
And keep in mind that an ID is not required to vote for this election.