North End, downtown voters cast ballots at Government Center

Information on where to vote in 2021 hasn't been updated on the state election site.

Voters wait in line for their ballots at the Government Center in Superior Tuesday, April 7, 2020. The polling site for the city's 6th and 10th districts were changed last year when the Salvation Army closed during the pandemic. Voters in those districts will continue to cast their ballots at the Government Center in 2021. (Jed Carlson / File /

Voters head to the polls Tuesday, Feb. 16, to narrow the field of candidates running for state superintendent of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

Seven candidates have stepped up to run for the seat that will be vacated by Superintendent Carolyn Stanford Taylor at the end of her term.

For voters in Superior’s 6th and 10th districts that means heading to the Government Center, 1316 N. 14th St., to cast ballots in the atrium.

The Wisconsin election website, , that shows voters where to cast their ballot continues to list the Salvation Army for those districts, but the city moved the polling location last year when the organization closed its building in response to the pandemic. Voting in 2021 for those districts will still be at the Government Center, said city clerk Terri Kalan.

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“I thought we had that changed on MyVote, but I guess not,” Kalan said.

Voters in other districts can find their polling location at .

The only other planned election in 2021 is the spring election April 6, when voters in the city's 10th District will decide between two newcomers. Councilor Esther Dalbec decided to step down at the end of her term after more than a decade on the Superior City Council.

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