West Allis voters head to the polls for Wisconsin's primary election
WEST ALLIS, Wis. (CBS 58) -- The West Allis Senior Center saw a steady stream of voters throughout the day for the Wisconsin primary election.
Polls in and outside of Southeast Wisconsin will be open until 8 p.m Tuesday night. Voting staff are reminding folks to bring a valid state ID.
If you are not yet registered, you can do that at the nearest polling site. You can find polling locations by clicking here. You will need a form of identification and proof of residency to register.
The partisan primary includes several races. Wisconsinites will choose a Republican to run against Tony Evers in the general election for Wisconsin governor. A Democratic candidate will be selected to faceoff against Ron Johnson in November.
Voters from West Allis shared why they came out to vote.
"It's our right to vote and I don't want anyone to take it away from me by not voting, so that's why I come to vote," said Dawn Nardi.
Kelly Starr-King came out to vote to see the change she wants to see in the state.
"Our world is literally in a world of hurt, we need change in a big way, we've never seen anything like this. So yeah, whatever we can do to make the necessary changes, people get out there," said Starr-King.
Those who still need to drop off absentee ballots can do so at City Hall Tuesday until 7 p.m and at Central Court, located at 1901 Kinnickinnic Avenue, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.