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2018 Candidate Questionnaires for the City of Whitewater Common Council

A candidate questionnaire was forwarded to candidates running for Whitewater Common Council seats in advance of the April 3 Spring Election. Candidates were given a full two weeks to complete the Questionnaire.

If you are curious about what motivates the candidates to run for office or seek another term, what they think the Common Council can do to restore a grocery store in Whitewater, provide the public library with the space it needs, or promote gun safety in our community, then the League encourages you to read their responses to these questions and many others before casting your vote.

Aldermanic District 2: James Schulgit (incumbent)

Aldermanic District 4: Lynn Binnie (incumbent)

Council Member at Large: Jim Allen (incumbent) and Brienne Dieboldt-Brown

NOTE: The League of Women Voters-Whitewater Area held our Common Council Candidate Forum on Saturday March 10, 2018 from 10 AM to 11:30 AM. The City of Whitewater informed us that during the live broadcast of the event by Whitewater Community Television, an unintentional 10-minute glitch in the video feed took place. The audio was unaffected and while viewers could still hear the candidates, they could not see them.

The good news is that the glitch did not affect the rebroadcast video. The Candidate Forum for Common Council can be viewed in its entirety on Community TV 990 as well as on the City of Whitewater's website.

Watch the video on Vimeo.

Voter Information

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    Find the facts about voting in your state at Before an election, find your polling place.

  • Voter Photo ID Law Information

    The photo ID requirement established as part of 2011 Act 23 will be in effect for the November 2014 General Election following an order from the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago. The Wisconsin Supreme Court found the law to be constitutional.

    Visit the Bring It Wisconsin website to find out about the Wisconsin Voter Photo ID Law requirements and how to get a free state ID.

    Additional information can be found on My Vote Wisconsin.

    Project Vote Smart

    Project Vote Smart is the voter's self-defense system. It is an automated interactive research tool to learn about your candidates, and whether or not they represent your views on a variety of key issues. Hotline: 888-VOTESMART (888-868-3762)

    Where Do I Vote?

    Ward Chart: Find out where to vote based on your house number and street address.

    Voting Wards: A map of the voting wards in Whitewater.

    Register to Vote

    Do you want to check your voting record? Do you want to change your party, your address, your name? Do you want to register to vote online? Visit My Vote Wisconsin.

    For local elections and voting information, visit the City of Whitewater's website.

    Voter Public Access

    If you have not voted recently, you might want to check your voter registration status and your polling place on Voter Public Access.

    Wisconsin District Maps

    Statewide and individual district maps of all Wisconsin Congressional, Senate, and Assembly Districts.

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