Six aldermanic races highlight City of Waukesha ballot
Town also has two contested races
The spring election in the Town and City of Waukesha is here.
Ten aldermanic districts (1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 14 and 15) will have an election April 2 in the City of Waukesha, with six of them being contested races. Two (District 8 and 11) are also repeats from the 2010 election.
Each Common Council seat is a three-year term.
And in the Town of Waukesha three board members are up for re-election, with two - the town chairwoman and supervisor 2 - facing opposition. Supervisor 4 Brian Fischer is running unopposed.
In both races, town residents can vote from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Town Hall, W250 S3567 Center Road. Voters can park in the lower parking lot and enter at the fire station.
Residents can vote absentee in the Town Office until 6:30 p.m. Thursday and until 5 p.m. Friday.
Each Town race is a two-year term.
All ballots in the City and Town will also feature the Supreme Court Justice seat that pits incumbent Justice Pat Roggensack against Ed Fallone, a Marquette University law professor.
In-person absentee voting takes place from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday at City Hall, 201 Delafield St., with extended hours until 5 p.m. Friday.
At right is where city residents can vote on Tuesday:
2301 Springdale Road
Waukesha City Hall (Common Council Chambers)
201 Delafield St.
1150 Baxter St.
1111 Maitland Drive
3130 Rolling Ridge Drive
E. B. Shurts Building
810 W. College Ave.
1801 Center Drive
St. Mary's Catholic Church
225 S. Hartwell Ave.
1209 Heyer Drive
Waukesha South High School (Natatorium pool area)
401 E. Roberta Ave.
(Enter parking lot from Tenny Avenue, use pool/field house entrance to building)
E&R United Church of Christ
413 Wisconsin Ave.
Waukesha West High School
3301 Saylesville Road
730 S. University Drive
(Entrance off University Drive parking lot)
Fire Station No. 5
3051 Summit Ave.
301 Hyde Park Ave.
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