MADISON (WKOW) -- As the recall primary election nears, election officials are reminding Wisconsin residents of a few things to be aware of on election day.
The Government Accountability Board estimates 30 to 35 percent of eligible voters will turnout to choose who will run for governor and lieutenant governor in June. There are also four Democratic primaries for State Senate on the ballot.
Area clerks say in the April election, officials saw some confusion among voters, who attempted to vote for more than one candidate for a particular office. Election officials are reminding voters that you may only vote for one candidate for governor.
G.A.B. spokesperson Reid Magney says unlike the April election, you are allowed to crossover vote. That means that, for example, you can vote for a Republican candidate for governor and a Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor. That's typically not the case in primary elections.
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