Wisconsin's August primary is less than a week away. The election decides which names will appear on the ballot in November.
Wisconsin elections officials predict a 16 percent turnout of voting-age adults for the partisan primary Aug. 9, equating to 711,867 voters, according to a news release.
According to the Government Accountability Board, offices on the ballot include U.S. senator, U.S. representative, even-numbered state senate seats, all Wisconsin Assembly seats and all district attorneys. Independent candidate names do not appear on the partisan primary ballot, but will be on the ballot in November.
Here's a roundup of what positions Wauwatosa residents can expect to appear on the ballot during the partisan primary Aug. 9:
State Senate District 4
- Sen. Lena Taylor (inc.)
- Rep. Mandela Barnes
State Senate District 6
- Thomas Harris
- Rep. LaTonya Johnson
- Michael Bonds
Sen. Nikiya Harris Dodd announced in February she would not seek re-election for the District 6 seat.
Visit Wauwatosa's city website at wauwatosa.net to see a list of voting locations.