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Video: Candidate Forum

Watch the recorded video featuring candidates for Wauwatosa Mayor and Alderpersons
Post Date:03/12/2020 9:30 AM

At the local government level, the April 7 spring election will have a mayoral position and 8 alderperson seats on the ballot.

The City of Wauwatosa hosted a candidate forum on Wednesday, March 11 at 7:00 pm in the Wauwatosa City Hall Council Chambers. Watch a video of the candidate forum.

Related Links:

  • Learn more about absentee voting in person or by mail
  • Check your voter registration status and/or register to vote
  • See who is on the Wauwatosa ballot for mayor and alderpersons
  • Apply to be a poll worker
  • See your voting location
    • Know that Wauwatosa Avenue is closed March - September 1, 2020. If this impacts your commute, look for the detour and give yourself a few extra minutes for travel.
    • If you used to vote at St. Camillus, know that due to construction on their campus, this location has changed to the Wauwatosa Public Works building (11100 W. Walnut Rd.). Access the building from North Avenue and 116th St. Do not use the entrance from Mayfair Road.
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