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Posted on: July 14, 2020

Auditor/Treasurer's Office Publishes Sample Ballot for Voters to See

The 2020 primary election is four weeks away (Tuesday, Aug. 11) and for those wondering what the ballot will look like, the Wright County Auditor/Treasurer’s Office, which oversees elections in the county, has published a sample ballot of what a ballot in Wright County will generally look like. There are dozens of different ballots for different areas – ones that include city and township elections specific to that precinct, but, aside from the local elections, the federal and state elections are largely identical.

There are only two county elections on the primary ballot – commissioner elections in District 4, where incumbent Mike Potter is facing two challengers, and District 5, where incumbent Commissioner Charlie Borrell isn’t seeking another term and four challengers are vying to win the top two spots and advance to the November general election.

 To see a copy of the sample ballot, click here:

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