Green Bay City Clerk Kris Teske is hoping to see voters early and often.
“It's just easier for us on this end to get it in the system,” said Teske.
In-person absentee voting lasts through Friday May 4th in municipal clerks' offices.
Requests for absentee ballots through mail must be done by Thursday May 3rd. Military or disabled voters have an extra day. The ballots must be postmarked by Election Day and received by Friday May 11th.
Brown County Republican Party Chairman Vern Krawczyk has his vote in. He hopes others follow suit.
“The people should vote, then at least you won't have to have recall elections because they would know they either made the right choice or made a mistake and the next time they can change it. That is a real recall is a new election,” said Krawczyk.
One difference in a recall primary, crossing party lines is allowed. It's because each recall primary is a separate election.
Deb Stover with the Brown County Democratic Party says while the primary should be interesting, her party is more focused on the big picture.
“I think there is a discussion within our party that after the primary, whoever the winner is, everyone is unifying because the major election is really what we're going for,” said Stover.
The general recall elections are set for June 5th.
The GAB is also reminding voters they will not be required to show photo ID at the polls. The law is on hold, right now. Two court decisions that stop the voter ID measures are being appealed.
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