Voters Say, "Bring On November!"
Brown County, Wis.-- Wisconsin voters are getting used to going to the polls this year. Yet people in Brown County were adamant Tuesday saying "every vote counts," and "every election counts." People saying they've made a point to vote in every election, because they say, "it's easy to vote." The difference in opinion has come from, "is November's election more important, than Tuesday's senate primary.
Let's start at Ashwaubenon's 7th and 8th ward. Voter Charles Heidemann said, "I don't think there is a most important election. I think they are all important and that's why I usually vote." Jim Paprocki is thinking past the primary. "I'm looking forward to the November election. I want to see how Wisconsin goes."
Across the river in De Pere, Michael Moureau showed up for a party-line vote. "I've been following the national stuff pretty closely but nothing locally too much. I figured I should probably vote for my party," Moureau said.
In Allouez, Kevin Gille hasn't been phased by a busy election year. "It's a necessary thing, where we live, this is what we do and being fatigued, I don't understand being fatigued? This is easy to do and it is what we should do," Gille said.
On Green Bay's west side, Melissa Rome agrees with Gille, "It's the easiest way I can do do get my voice heard." Back in Ashwaubenon, Ward 11 voter, Gary Van Enkenvort is putting a lot on November's presidential election. "The most important election is the presidential election. That's going to be the tell tale."