Here is what you will find on your ballot when you vote in Door County on Nov. 8:
President of the United States – Hillary Clinton (Democrat), Donald Trump (Republican), Darrell Castle (Constitution), Roque De La Fuente (Reform), Gary Johnson (Libertarian), Monica Moorehead (Worker’s World), Jill Stein (Green), and a write in option.
U.S. Senate – Republican Ron Johnson, Democrat Russ Feingold, Libertarian Phillip Anderson and a write in option.
8th Congressional District: Republican Mike Gallagher, Democrat Tom Nelson and a write in option.
1st Assembly District: Republican Joel Kitchens, Democrat Lynn Utesch, and a write in option.
Door County District Attorney: Republican Colleen Nordin and a write in option.
Door County Clerk: Republican Jill Lau and a write in option.
Door County Treasurer: Republican Jay Zahn and a write in option.
Door County Register of Deeds: Republican Carey Petersilka and a write in option.
Kewaunee County voters will face the same ballot options, with these county differences:
Kewaunee County District Attorney: Democrat Andrew Naze and a write in option.
Kewaunee County Clerk: Democrat Jamie Annoye and a write in option.
Kewaunee County Treasurer: Republican Michelle Dax and a write in option.
Kewaunee County Register of Deeds: Democrat Germaine L. Bertrand and a write in option.
Voters in the City of Kewaunee will also have a referendum question allowing the city to exceed the levy limit by 16.76 percent, or an extra $175,000, for a total 2017 levy of $1,278,480, which will amount to approximately $1 per $1,000 of assessed value.
By Door County Pulse, Peninsula Pulse – November 4th, 2016