Iron County Board election expected to have high turnout
Mike Simonson, Wisconsin Public Radio
Voter turnout may be twice as high as other spring elections in Iron County today: At stake are a handful of seats that may shift the way the county board deals with a proposed iron ore mine.
For a spring election, 20 percent turnout is usually considered decent. Iron County Clerk Mike Saari thinks they could hit 40 percent this year.
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