Next week, Superior will have a fresh face behind the Mayor's desk - for the first time in many years.  Residents of the city will vote for the position during the election that happens Tuesday, April 4.

While the competition between Brent Fennessey and Jim Paine for the executive office will likely be the most-watched of the races, there are a variety of other items on the ballot.  Registered voters will also decide on a State Superintendent of Public Instruction, a State Supreme Court Justice, City Council positions, and a School Board member.  To see a sample ballot before you head to the polls, click here.

Election polls will be open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM on April 4;  Superior's ten districts vote at five different locations.  To see where you should vote, click here.