For Superior residents, voting in the spring election and presidential preference primary could be as easy as pulling up in front of the Government Center.

Superior City Clerk Terri Kalan announced her office will facilitate curbside voting from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting Monday, March 30.

“We are going to ask voters to call ahead of time so we can get their stuff together,” Kalan said. Directional signage will tell voters where to go, she said, and voters will need to call again when they arrive.

Call 715-395-7200 and a ballot will be brought to your car.

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Voters will be required to have an ID to show staff when they vote.

Voters can still vote in the City Clerk’s Office from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Friday, April 3, but the curbside service was added to protect the health of city staff in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

If possible, people are encouraged to vote absentee by mail, curbside or in-office prior to the April 7 election, Kalan said. Staffing at each polling site will be minimal to protect election workers and the public, she said.

To have an absentee ballot mailed to you, go to by Thursday, April 2.

Kalan said people can drop-off their absentee ballots in drop boxes in front of the Government Center marked “absentee voting” to ensure their ballot is received on time.

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