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Steven Point spent more than $120,000 on 2012 elections

Next up: April elections for judges, city officials

9:25 PM, Feb. 3, 2013
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Stevens Point spent more than $120,000 on five elections in 2012.

The city spent $128,492 for elections including such high profile ones as the June recall for the governor and lieutenant governor, and the November presidential election, according to numbers submitted to the state's Government Accountability Board. That comes to more than $25,000 each on average.

This year, there is a primary on Feb. 19 to pare down candidates for the Wisconsin Supreme Court from three to two. On April 2, city elections will be held, and it will be the first time in at least 70 years the offices of city clerk, ...

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