The town of Morrison had 64 percent of registered voters cast ballots in the election. Here, voters are shown in Bellevue.
Another winner has emerged in the April 2 election.
The town of Morrison had 64 percent of registered voters cast ballots in the election, making it the Brown County community with the highest percentage of voter turnout. The town on Tuesday received a trophy by Project VOTE, a local group that works to increase turnout.
Glenmore was second, with a 56 percent turnout. Pittsfield, where half the registered voters cast ballots, finished third. All had important local races on the ballot.
Lowest turnouts in the county were the city of Green Bay, at 16 percent; Ledgeview, at 16.4 percent; and De Pere, at 17.4 percent
Pulaski won the trophy in 2012. Morrison was the winner in 2011.