Absentee Voting Strong in Kenosha

Clerks throughout Kenosha County are reporting a “robust” return of absentee ballots and a steady stream of in-person early voters. Salem Clerk Cindi Dulaney said, as of Thursday, 726 absentee and early-voting ballots had already been cast. Processing ballots in addition to registering new voters is keeping clerks, who are also preparing for upcoming budget meetings and tax season, extra busy. However, they said they prefer voters come in as soon as possible.


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