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  1. Common Council - City of Madison, Wisconsin

    Common Council Executive Committee Tuesday, November 17, 2020 4:30 pm Via Virtual Meeting – click on agenda for instructions. Agenda (posted by 11/13/20) CCEC meetings now being covered on Madison City Channel

  2. Candidate Q&A: Madison City Council, District 3 | Wisconsin ...

    Three candidates are competing in the Feb. 19 primary for the District 3 seat on the Madison City Council. Ald. Amanda Hall, who currently holds the seat on the Far East Side, is not seeking re-election. The top two vote-getters will face off in the April 2 general election.

  3. Council Members - Common Council - City of Madison, Wisconsin

    Common Council Office 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Room 417 Madison, WI 53703. Phone: (608) 266-4071; WI Relay Service; Fax: (608) 267-8669

  4. Candidate Q&A: Madison City Council District 15 | Wisconsin ...

    Three candidates are vying for an open seat on the Madison City Council to represent District 15, which covers parts of the East and Southeast sides. The two who receive the most votes in Tuesday’s primary will advance to the April 2 election. The term is for two years.

  5. Know Your Candidates: Madison City Council - WORT 89.9 FM

    Mar 15, 2017 · There are 20 council members, each representing a specific area of the city. All of them are up for election this year. In 5 districts, you have a choice about your vote. Election day is April 4th. In conjunction with Isthmus, Madison’s weekly newspaper, we’re airing a series of candidate debates.

  6. City elections in Madison, Wisconsin (2019) - Ballotpedia
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    Ballotpedia researches issues in local elections across the United States, but information availability is a challenge for us in many areas. Please contact us about the issues that impact your local election. Note that not all submissions may meet Ballotpedia's coverage requirements for inclusion.

    Madison is a city in Dane County, Wisconsin, and is the capital city of Wisconsin. As of 2013, its population was 243,344.

    The information in this section was current as of May 7, 2019Presidential voting pattern 1. Wisconsin voted for the Democratic candidate in four out of the five presidential elections between 2000 and 2016.Congressional delegation 1. Following the 2018 elections, one U.S. senator from Wisconsin was a Democrat and the other was a Republican. 2. Five of Wisconsin's eight U.S. representatives were Republicans and three were Democrats.State executives 1. Democrats held five of Wisconsin's 11 stat...

    Twenty-three of 72 Wisconsin counties—32 percent—are Pivot Counties. Pivot Counties are counties that voted for Barack Obama (D) in 2008 and 2012 and for Donald Trump (R) in 2016. Altogether, the nation had 206 Pivot Counties, with most being concentrated in upper midwestern and northeastern states.In the 2016 presidential election, Donald Trump (R) won Wisconsin with 47.2 percent of the vote. Hillary Clinton (D) received 46.5 percent. In presidential elections between 1900 and 2016, Wisconsi...

  7. Oct 20, 2020 · Directory of Wisconsin elections. Wisconsin candidates for Governor, state reps and Congress (Senators / House of Representatives). WI primary and election races.

  8. Local news and events from Madison, WI Patch. Latest headlines: Madison: Don't Miss These 5 Open Houses; Shop And Save At The Ring Fall Sale!

  9. Board of Aldermen | Madison the City

    City Hall. Physical address: 1004 Madison Avenue Madison, MS 39110 (601) 856-7116 Mailing address: PO Box 40 Madison, MS 39130

  10. Meet the District 7 City Council Candidates | Times-Tribune

    Jan 20, 2017 · One thing is certain: The City of Middleton’s seventh aldermanic district will have a new representative on the common council in 2017. Whether it is John Orlikowski or Dan Ramsey II, both of whom are running for the seat being vacated by mayoral candidate and current District 7 alderman Hans Hilbert, will be up to voters when they head to the polls on April 4.