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UPDATE: Coffey, Conlin will face off in Eau Claire County Board District 10 race Video included

Tuesday, voters in Eau Claire County's District 10 helped whittle down a county board race.


The spring primary is Tuesday, do you have what's needed in order to vote? Video included


Tuesday is the Spring Primary Election, and there are some required items for you to be able to cast your ballot.


Candidate for Wisconsin Supreme Court stops in Eau Claire Video included

Three people are on the ballot seeking one spot on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The candidates are Milwaukee Circuit Judge Rebecca Dallet, Sauk County Judge Michael Screnock and Madison-area attorney Tim Burns. 


WI Supreme Court candidate defends partisan campaign in News 18 interview Video included

Over the past two weeks, News 18 has welcomed two of three Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates to our studios, and Thursday the final candidate answered our questions. It comes just days before the primary on Tuesday. 


Candidates for governor hold forum in Eau Claire Video included

Eau Claire hosted several gubernatorial candidates Saturday, so voters could get to know the people hoping to be Wisconsin's next governor. 


Eau Claire Co. residents will notice changes at the polls this year Video included

The Spring Primary election is February 20, and some voters will be using new machines and ballots.


Representative Ron Kind lays out 2018 goals Video included

Jobs, the economy and healthcare costs. All top the agenda at a forum hosted by U.S. Congressman Ron Kind Monday, but he warns government funded healthcare is a long way off.


Military veteran vying to unseat Sean Duffy tells News 18 why she is running Video included

Tuesday, military veteran Margaret Engebretson stopped by the News 18 studios to discuss why she decided to make a run at congress. 


WI State Supreme Court election

There are three candidates seeking one seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. A primary election is scheduled for February 20, which will narrow the field to two candidates. The candidates are seeking to replace Michael Gableman, who is not seeking reelection. 


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