Voting Underway in Greendale Spring Election
Village voters are heading to the polls in today’s spring election. The ballot will include national, state and local races. Polling places are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Village and a photo ID is required to cast your ballot.
Polling locations include Greendale High School (6801 Southway), Canterbury Elementary School (7000 Enfield Ave.), College Park Elementary School (5701 W. College Ave.), Highland View Elementary School (5900 S. 51st St.) and the Greendale Safety Center (5911 W. Grange Ave).
In addition to choosing the Republican and Democratic presidential nominee, voters will also select a Wisconsin Supreme Court justice. Residents will vote for County Executive and County Supervisor. There are a number of judgeships on the ballot as well.
Local contested races include:
- Village of Greendale Trustee (two 3 year seats)
- Village of Greendale Trustee (a 1 year seat)
- Greendale School Board (two seats)
- Greendale Municipal Judge Mark Kapacious is running unopposed.
Share your experiences at the polls today in Greendale in the comments section below. Then, watch Everything Greendale for election results after the votes have been counted.
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