Along with the high-profile presidential race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, voters will find a number of races of local interest on the Nov. 8 ballot.
In the 7th Congressional District, Incumbent Republican Sean Duffy faces a challenge from Democrat Mary Hoeft.
For the District 12 State Senate seat, Incumbent Republican Tom Tiffany is being challenged by Democrat Bryan Van Stippen.
In the 35th Assembly District race, Democrat Renea Frederick won a three-way primary in August to challenge incumbent Republican Mary Czaja in the general election.
For a U.S. Senate seat representing Wisconsin, Repubican Incumbent Ron Johnson is being challenged by Democrat Russ Feingold, who previously held the seat.
In Lincoln County races, Galen Bayne-Allison is the sole candidate for district attorney after winning the August primary over fellow Democrat Sidney Brubacher. Incumbent Don Dunphy has announced his retirement and is not seeking re-election.
Lincoln County Clerk Chris Marlowe, Lincoln County Treasurer Diana Petruzates and Lincoln County Register of Deeds Sarah Koss, all running on the Republican ticket, are unopposed on the November ballot.