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Expect Heavy Voting in Presidential Election Nov. 8
Issue Date: November 2, 2016
A heavy voter turnout is expected for the Presidential and General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 8. There are seven parties offering candidates for president/vice president. Absentee voting is underway and most municipal clerks report heavier than usual numbers of voters are casting early ballots.
With the presidential candidate listed first, followed by the vice presidential candidate are:
Republicans: Donald J. Trump/Michael R. Pence,
Democrats: Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine,
Constitution: Darrell L. Castle/Scott N. Bradley,
Libertarian: Gary Johnson/Bill Weld,
Wisconsin Green: Jill Stein/Ajamu Baraka,
Workers World Party: Monica Moorehead/Lamont Lilly, and
American Delta Party: Rocky Roque De La Fuente/Michael Steinberg.
Competing for the one United States Senator position to be filled from Wisconsin are incumbent Ron Johnson, a Republican; Russ Feingold, a Democrat, who was defeated by Johnson the last time they contended for the position, and Phillip N. Anderson, Libertarian.
Competing to become the District 8 Representative in the United States Congress are candidates Mike Gallagher, Republican and Tom Nelson, Democrat. Incumbent Congressman Reid Ribble, a Republican, did not seek re-election.
For State Senate District 12 representing voters from Crivitz north in Marinette County are incumbent Sen. Tom Tiffany, a Republican and Democrat challenger Bryan Van Stippen.
Incumbent Jeffrey Mursau, a Republican, who represents Distinct 36 in the Wisconsin State Assembly, is unopposed in his bid for re-election.
Contending for the State Senate seat for District 30 are incumbent Dave Hansen, a Democrat, and Eric Wimberger, a Republican.
Incumbent John Nygren is seeking reelection to his seat as representative to the State Assembly for District 89, which includes the southern halves of Marinette and Oconto Counties. He is opposed by Democrat Heidi Fencl.
Incumbent Allen Brey, a Democrat is seeking return to the Marinette County District Attorney seat without opposition. Other Marinette County partisan elected officials, all Republicans seeking return to office unopposed, are County Clerk Kathy Brandt, County Treasurer Bev Noffke, and Register of Deeds Renee Miller.