Candidates for the April 7 election have responded to questions from the League of Women Voters. Their unedited responses and information about the statewide referendum are available online at and

The League of Women Voter of Dane County worked to make this information available before voters receive their absentee ballots, which are scheduled to be mailed March 17. Voters should contact their municipal clerk to learn about local early voting hours.

Voters can learn which candidates are on their ballot, find contact information for their municipal clerk or find their polling place for Tuesday, April 7, at displays candidate information for court, city and school board offices (not for town and village offices) based on the voter’s address. also provides information about referenda and the presidential primary.

In addition to “Candidates’ Answers,” the League website also has information about voting, voter photo ID and voter registration, in English and Spanish.

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