November 8th - General Election.
Judges with expiring terms:
Wisconsin Supreme Court - Election every 10 years.
Court of Appeals - Election every 6 years
See more on Ballotpedia.org.
Every Wisconsin primary ballot includes the election for the
State Superintendent for Public Instruction.
The minimum qualifications to hold an office are:
United States Citizenship
At least 18 years of age (or older for certain offices)
Satisfy residency requirement for specific office
May not have been convicted of a felony in any court in the United States unless pardoned of the conviction.
Also, a candidate may not be disqualified by virtue of one or more of the impediments described in s 6.03, Wis. Stats.
Registered Write-In Candidates
To register as a write-in candidate, you must file a Campaign Registration Statement (CF-1) with the filing officer prior to collecting or spending any money on the campaign. The CF-1 form is available from the Wisconsin Ethics Commission or the local filing officer. The deadline to register as a write-in candidate is 12:00 p.m. (noon) the Friday before the election.
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