Superior Offers Curbside Voting Options For The April 7 Primary
The Wisconsin Primary election will happen on Tuesday, April 7. As part of their COVID-19 response, the City of Superior has created a Curbside Voting option to allow for proper social distancing and health practices - without ever having to leave your vehicle. The ballots will be processed as absentee.
To take advantage of the service, just call ahead to the City Clerks Office: 715-395-7200; you'll be asked to provide your information so that a ballot will be ready for you when you arrive; you'll work with the clerks office to establish an estimated time of arrival. Then, drive to the City Clerk's office. Once there, follow the directional signs, park your car, and then call the office again (715-395-7200) to let them know you're there. Staff will bring your ballot right to your car. The Clerk's Office asks that you bring along your Wisconsin Driver's License or ID so that you can show identification. The last day to vote using this process is April 3.
Residents who have already requested an absentee ballot by mail are also being take care of outside of the clerk's office. Due to the approaching election deadline and any delays that might occur with the post office, people are being encouraged to not place their absentee ballots in the mail for a return; instead, the City of Superior is asking that people voting with a absentee ballot return it to one of the two drop-boxes located outside of the Government Center; the boxes are the ones that are usually used for payments - they've been re-labeled for the time being to facilitate the voting process.