SHEBOYGAN COUNTY — If you haven't participated in early voting, Tuesday is the day to cast your ballot in Sheboygan County's Primary Election.

We've put together this quick guide of our coverage to help keep you informed as you head to the polls.

Where to vote

The rest of this information won't do you much good without letting you know where you need to go to vote.

For residents of the City of Sheboygan, we put together this listing of polling locations for each ward. Not sure which ward you fall into? We've also linked to the city's interactive map to help you out.

What's on the ballot

• Sheboygan mayor — City of Sheboygan residents will see three mayoral candidates on the ballot. The two candidates with the most votes will face-off for the seat in the April 6 Spring Election. Candidates include incumbent Mike Vandersteen, Ryan Sorenson and James Tesauro. Click the links to see our Zoom interviews with each candidate. 

 Sheboygan Area School District Board of Education — City residents along with those in the Town of Sheboygan and Town of Mosel will see seven candidates for three seats on the SASD board. We asked candidates to participate in our short questionnaire asking their reasons for running, how they thought the pandemic was handled and more. Read the responses here.

• Adell Village President — Adell voters will have a chance to vote for Arush Chahal, Jay Stepp or Jim Jentsch as Village President.

 State Superintendent of Public Instruction — All Wisconsin residents will also have the chance to vote on State Superintendent of Public Instruction. The candidates include Jill Underly, Deborah Kerr, Steve Krull, Shandowlyon Shawn Hendricks-Williams, Troy Gunderson, Joe Fenrick and Sheilda Briggs.

See the sample ballots for Sheboygan County villages, towns and cities at

Where to get results

We'll be here well into the night Tuesday to get you live updates as results roll in from Stay tuned to our website and Facebook page for updates.

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