Early voting underway in Superior

Residents still have options for voting in Nov. 3 election.
Election worker Garner Moffat explains the process for curbside voting outside of the Government Center in Superior during the April election. The Superior City Clerk's Office again offers curbside in-person voting by appointment. (Telegram / File)

In-person absentee voting is underway in Wisconsin.

With just two weeks to go until the election, early voters were lining up in the hall of the Government Center to cast their ballot at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20, according to City Clerk Terri Kalan. She said her office has been busy all morning and moved its early voting operations to Room 270 in the Government Center to provide more space for voters to spread out as they cast their ballots.

In-person voting is available through Oct. 30 in Superior. Hours are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays, except Oct. 30 when the clerk's office will be open for in-person voting until 5 p.m. as required by state law.

“If you’re going to vote early, do it now,” Kalan said.

There is still time to get a ballot by mail. While state law allows voters to request ballots by mail until Oct. 29, clerks in Douglas County suggest voters request them sooner and return them to a drop box or the municipal clerk. All mail-in ballots must be returned by 8 p.m. Nov. 3.


The City Clerk’s Office is also offering curbside absentee voting by appointment. Voters should call (715) 395-7200 to schedule an appointment through Oct. 30.

Voting at the polls Nov. 3 is also an option, Kalan said. All five polling locations will be open in Superior. Voters who need to register or who have moved since they last voted can do so at their poll site on Election Day.

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