Primary election takes place Tuesday across state
It's primary election day in Wisconsin - and voters will narrow the fields for a host of local-and-regional positions.
Mayors in two of Milwaukee's larger suburbs will have their jobs on the line. Four challengers are running against Waukesha's first-term Mayor Larry Nelson - and one is a former Journal Sentinel reporter.
In Brookfield, two-term incumbent Jeff Speaker has three opponents - including one who quit the Elmbrook School Board to run for mayor.
There's also a three-way primary for the state's Fourth District Court of Appeals, which hears cases in 24 southern-and-central Wisconsin counties. Incumbent Charles Dykman is stepping down, and three people hope to replace him - Dane County District Attorney Brian Blanchard, La Crosse County Circuit Judge Ramona Gonzalez, and Richland County Circuit Judge Edward Leineweber.
The top two vote-getters in all of today's primaries will advance to the general election April 6th. The polls are open from seven this morning until eight tonight.