Posted: Monday, 13 August 2012 4:05PM
Voters go to the polls Tuesday in primary elections in both Minnesota and Wisconsin. The voters will narrow fields of candidates two two in a number of different local, legislative, and statewide elections.
Polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. in both states and to find your polling place you should contact the county auditor's office.....
In Winona, voters will narrow the field of five candidates for mayor from five to two. The five candidates are: George Borzyskowski, Mark Peterson, Joyce Tlougan, Susan Hophaug, and John Skalitsky.
Debbie White's name will appear on the ballot but she pulled out of the race in July too late to remove her name from the ballot.
Three candidates will be narrowed to two in the City Council's Third Ward.They are Pam Eyden, Steven Profilet, and Don Salyards.
Three candidates for the third District seat on the Winona County Board of Commissioners will be narrowed to two. They are: Incumbent Mena Kaehler, an challengers Steve Jacob and Bruce Speltz......
In Wabasha County, a field of four candidates will be narrowed to two in the County Board's Third District. Opposing controversial incumbent Merle Norman will be: Kevin Kautz, Eugene McNallan, and Donald Springer.....
In the First District Congressional race in Minnesota, Republicans Mike Parry and Alan Quist will square off to see who will oppose incumbent Tim Walz in November.
In Wisconsin, Four Republicans will see who will face Democrat Tammy Baldwin for U-S Senator in November. Those four are Jeff Fitzgerald, Tommy Thompson, Mark Nuemann, and Eric Hovde