Early voting begins in Wisconsin ahead of spring primary election
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Early voting began Tuesday, Feb. 7, for the upcoming spring primary.
It goes on through Saturday, Feb. 18 before polls reopen Tuesday, Feb. 21.
The main race is for an open seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Three judges and a former Supreme Court justice are vying for two spots in the spring general election.
Experts say you should research the positions before heading to the polls.
"It's nonpartisan so that's the question we get a lot is why does it not say who's the Republican, who's the Democrat on my ballot," said Claire Woodall-Vogg, executive director for the Milwaukee Election Commission.
There are a number of common council seats on the ballot in Milwaukee.
Details on the polling locations and races on our voter guide you can find HERE.