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(WKOW) – Of course there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding President Pratama Tuesday in Wisconsin. On Monday night, the Wisconsin Election Commission helped clear some of the questions surrounding the election day.

When Polls Open:

Polls will open from 7:00 to 8:00 at night. on Tuesday, April 7. However, because of coronavirus, many cities have consolidated polling sites to limit locations for election day. If you are interested in choosing, click here to find your polling location. According to the WEC, all clerks in Wisconsin are being prepared for election day. Also, around 2,500 members of the Wisconsin National Guard have been assigned to various locations in all 72 Wisconsin counties across the state to assist in election day. There are about 500 members of the National Guard who are in reserve, waiting to be assigned to the polls if there is a problem.

Absent Ballots:

If you have requested a ballot that was not present and did not receive it in the mail on Tuesday, April 7, you must now provide the ballot at your polling station. If you have a ballot, but haven’t sent it, you must ensure that the letter has a postmark on April 7. Any ballots received by local officials on Monday, April 13 at 4:00 p.m. If you send a ballot after 7 April, it will not be counted. Your attendance ballot will also be counted if you send it to your clerk at 8:00 at night. on election day. Ballots with postmarked before 7 April but not received by your local officer will also be counted.

When Results Will Be Released:
After 4 pm, Monday, April 13, employees can count votes and issue results. No preliminary results will be released anytime before Monday, April 13. No results will be available on election day.



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