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Wisconsin spring 2024 elections
WISCONSIN fall 2024 ELECTIONS
Spring Primary: Tuesday, February 20, 2024
This election will be held, if needed, to select candidates for the spring election in April..
Spring Election and Presidential Preference Vote: Tuesday, April 2, 2024
In this election, voters make final decisions to elect candidates to those nonpartisan offices. The presidential preference is also included on this ballot.
Partisan Primary: Tuesday, August 13, 2024
This primary is held to select candidates for the November ballot, which includes partisan offices like senators and representatives in Congress and the state Capitol.
General Election: Tuesday, November 5, 2024
(The Big One)
Voters decide who will be the next president in the general election.
JOIN US ON MARCH 4!
Spring Elections webinar: What I Should Know
Wisconsin’s presidential preference primary will be held on April 2, 2024. Also on the ballot will be two referendas calling for constitutional amendments that will affect the administration of our elections. In addition, some local municipalities will have school board elections.
As people of faith, we believe in the sacred power of the vote and that our elected officials should be accountable to the needs and the values of those they represent.
Please join Taking a Faithful Stand for Equity on March 4 at 6:30 for a webinar featuring Dan Lenz, staff counsel at Law Forward, who will brief us on the constitutional amendments and their implications for our democracy. Also joining us will be Peggy West-Schroder, Executive Director of FREE, who will acquaint us with What’s On Your Ballot. Finally, we will get an update from the Wisconsin Public Education Network on school board races to watch.
This webinar is jointly sponsored by the Creating Beloved Community team, the Wisconsin Interfaith Voter Engagement Campaign, and the Wisconsin Public Education Network.