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Port Washington, Saukville 2012 Primary Election Guide

With the election season under way, this is what every Port Washington and Saukville 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

Sample ballot: To see your sample ballot, go to the state's Voter Public Access website and enter your address.

Polling locations:

Port Washington — Ward 1 and Ward 7 vote at . Ward 2 and Ward 3 vote at . Ward 4Ward 5 and Ward 6 vote at . Visit the Port Washington city elections page for more information.

Saukville — All voting is at the American Legion Post 470, 601 W. Dekora St. Visit the Saukville village elections page for more information.

All voters also can access the Wisconsin Voter Public Access site.

Early voting: Download this application for an absentee ballot. In-person absentee voting at Port Washington City Hall can take place two weeks prior to the election. Contact the Saukville Village Clerk at 284-9423 for absentee ballot voting information.

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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)
  • 6th Congressional District

  • Tom Petri (R)
  • Lauren Stephens (R)
  • Joe Kallas (D)

  • 20th State Senate District

  • Glenn Grothman (R)
  • Tonya Lohr (D)
  • Both candidates are uncontested.

    60th State Assembly District

  • Duey Stroebel (R)
  • Perry Duman (D)
  • Both candidates are uncontested.

    Ozaukee County District Attorney

  • Adam Gerol (R)
  • This race is uncontested.

    Ozaukee County Clerk

  • Julianne Winkelhorst (R)
  • This race is uncontested.

    Ozaukee County Treasurer

  • Karen Makoutz (R)
  • This race is uncontested.

    Ozaukee County Register of Deeds

  • Ronald Voigt (R)
  • Unopposed.

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