Wondering who to vote for? Make an informed decision April 7!
Sun Prairie has some big choices this spring, and SPARC hopes our candidate forums will help you make your decision by finding out where the candidates stand on issues that matter to our community.
The election will held on April 7, 2015. Polls are open 7am to 8pm. You can also vote in person (absentee) at City Hall from March 23 – April 3. Click here to find your polling place. Voter ID will NOT be required for this election.
SPARC held two forums – for school board and city council/mayoral candidates – and both are now available online for viewing!
Here are some additional resources to help you make an informed decision at the ballot box:
Wisconsin State Journal questionnaires:
- District 2 candidates (two year term: Bill Connors and Steve Villand)
- District 2 candidates (one year term: Jim Howley and Diane McGinnis)
- District 3 candidates
- Mayoral candidates
- School board candidates
Dane County League of Women Voters candidate questionnaires:
- School Board Candidates
- City Council Candidates
- Mayoral Candidates
- Supreme Court Justice
- Referendum: Election of Supreme Court Justice info
Sun Prairie Talk of the Town Debates:
- Available online at http://ksun.tv/ (search “Talk of the Town” for listings)
- South Central Federation of Labor endorsements
- Sun Prairie Education Association endorsements: Marta Hansen, Mike Krachey
- AFL-CIO endorsements
- Wisconsin Progress endorsements
- Dane County Democrats endorsements
- Dane County GOP endorsements do not seem to be listed on their website
On the Referendum to change the state Constitution to change the process for electing Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (currently determined by seniority) – Question 1: “Election of chief justice. Shall section 4 (2) of article VII of the constitution be amended to direct that a chief justice of the supreme court shall be elected for a two-year term by a majority of the justices then serving on the court?”
- Ballotpedia overview
- Citizen Action position
- Channel 3000 editorial
- Wisconsin Democracy Campaign report on spending