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City of Superior curbside absentee voting, ballot drop off how-to

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SUPERIOR, WI-- The expansion of curbside absentee voting and absentee ballot drop boxes was announced Thursday by the City of Superior.

The City Clerk’s Office will be closed to the public except for the limited hours for curbside voting and in-office absentee voting from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. starting March 30.

Curbside voting will be in front of the Government Center, to make things easier, officials ask that you call ahead with your Wisconsin driver’s license or ID ready and your estimated time of arrival.

Signs will be outside to direct you on where to go.

Ballots will be brought out to your car once you call 715-395-7200 to let them know you have arrived.

The last day to vote in office or curbside is April 3.

If you have requested a ballot by mail already, that can take several days.

Officials are encouraging people to place their ballot in the drop boxes marked “absentee voting" rather than by return mail if you have requested a ballot by mail already.

To vote absentee by mail, curbside, or in-office it is recommended you do it before election day for your safety and the safety of the public.

This is a developing story, more coming up tonight at 10 p.m.

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Molly Wasche

Social Media and Digital Content Manager

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