It's Voting Day!
Voters here in Wisconsin will head to the polls today.
It's the final state primary before the general election in November.
State officials are only expecting a 16 percent voter turnout, but it is still a very important race.
Voters will be voting for U.S. Senators as well as various other state and local representatives and offices.
Polls opened at 7 AM this morning and stay open until 8 PM tonight.
Don't forget, you'll want to bring a photo ID, it's part of Wisconsin's voter photo ID law.
If you don't have an acceptable photo ID, you will be offered a provisional ballot and the opportunity to submit a photo ID within three days after the election.
Today you can only vote for candidates from one party, either all republicans or all democrats.
To see a sample ballot, or find your polling place, click here.