Primary may offer tough party choice for some voters

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Stan Stricker
Monday, September 13, 2010

Some voters in Rock County may have a tough choice in Tuesday's primary election.

Not between the candidates, but between political parties. UW-Whitewater Professor Emeritus John Kozlowics expects the Republican Governors race to be the big draw. The complication for some voters, according to Kozlowics, is some of the local races may ask for a choice between Democratic candidates. A good example is the Rock County Coroners race. The candidates are both Democrats. In the 44th Assembly District, four Republicans are running.

Since Wisconsin's primary election only allows voters to cast ballots in a single party, voters are forced to choose between races.

Last updated: 2:59 pm Thursday, December 13, 2012

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