|Dear Ms. Moen,
I’m following up on Ms. Strojia’s earlier email (see below) inquiring for the list of offices that a particular voter can elect. There appears to be a discrepancy between the database and the elections reports, namely:
JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT
COURT OF APPEALS
MILWAUKEE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE
CLERK OF COURTS
REGISTER OF DEEDS
Milwaukee Area Technical College?
Village of West Milwaukee?
To learn more about how and when these offices are elected, where should I go to find that information?
Thank you very much for your time.
Elizabeth Jensen, PhD, PE
Referee PAC, Treasurer
I work with Referee PAC (refpac.org) and am representing a voter in Milwaukee (53219), the Milwaukee County area, and I need a list of all offices that represent this voter. If you could please e-mail me the complete list that would be great.
On Tuesday, November 11, 2014 9:25 AM, “Moen, Elizabeth” <Elizabeth.Moen@milwaukee.gov> wrote:
You can look up all of a voter’s representatives using the search tool on the City of Milwaukee’s Election Commission site. If you go to http://city.milwaukee.gov/election, and click on the Where Do I Vote? tab, you can enter in a voter’s address and get a complete listing of elected representatives along with the polling location.
Here is a direct link to the search tool as well:http://itmdapps.milwaukee.gov/electedreps/pollingElectedReps/checkAddress.jsp
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