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Posted on: January 8, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Feb. 18 primary is first of four elections in 2020

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The sample ballot is now available for the February 18 primary election. Voters will be asked to narrow a field of three candidates for Wisconsin Supreme Court to two. Click here to view the sample ballot.

This is the first of four elections taking place in the Village this year -- Spring Primary on February 18, Spring Election and Presidential Preference Primary on April 7, Partisan Primary on August 11 and the General and Presidential Election on November 3.

  • February 18 -- Voters will be asked to narrow the field of candidates for a 10-year seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
  • April 7 -- Voters will be asked to select Village Trustees in Thiensville.  The ballot also will include the presidential primary.
  • August 11 -- Voters in the Partisan Primary will narrow the fields for races that may include member of Congress, state representative and Ozaukee County District Attorney.
  • November 3 -- Voters in the November 3rd General Election will vote for President of the United States, members of Congress and state representative.

Thiensville voters cast their ballots at Village Hall, 250 Elm Street.  Voting on February 18th, April 7th and August 11th will take place in the Village Board Room.  The polling place will be moved to the larger Fire Department Training Room on the north side of Village Hall for the November 3rd election.

Residents can register to vote at

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