UNDATED (WSAU) State-and-local election officials are expected to be busy throughout Wisconsin today. Candidates for the spring elections have until the end of the day to file their nomination papers.
There are two statewide contests on the ballot this spring. State Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack has filed her papers for a second 10-year term – and she’s opposed by Marquette professor Ed Fallone and Milwaukee Lemon Law attorney Vince Megna. State Public School Superintendent Tony Evers is running for a second four-year term against Assembly Republican Don Pridemore of Hartford.
There are also numerous local government and school board posts on the spring ballots. Contests with three-or-more candidates will have primaries on February 19th – and the top-two vote-getters in each contest will square off in the general election on April 2nd.