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Get informed about local races

9:59 PM, Mar. 22, 2013  |  Comments
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Local voters face some important choices in the April 2 election, and Daily Herald Media wants to make information available to help voters make up their minds. Our Editorial Board has interviewed a number of candidates for local and statewide office. Next week, we'll offer our endorsements beginning Wednesday. And from now through the election, you can visit www.wausaudailyherald.com/opinion to learn more about the candidates.

? Watch video interviews with Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack and challenger Ed Fallone.

? Watch our candidate forums with those up for re-election for the Wausau School Board and Wausau City Council, as well as Kronenwetter village president.

? Listen to audio of our interview with Department of Public Instruction Superintendent Tony Evers, who is facing re-election.

On March 31, we'll publish excerpts from our interviews in Q-and-A form to give readers more information about the candidates.

Wisconsin's spring elections never get as much voter participation as the fall partisan races - but they're as important, and maybe in some cases more important. Take time to inform yourself about your choices and make up your own minds.

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