Absentee voting in Wisconsin is officially over.
Election offices across the Badger State accepted votes until 5pm. This as the presidential primary comes to Wisconsin on Tuesday. Despite record breaking voting numbers across the nation, Beloit officials told Eyewitness News that hasn’t been the case there.
“We’re trending right about on target,” said Lori Stottler, Beloit’s City Clerk. “There were over 600 absentee ballots the last presidential and we’re right at about that number today. So, we might be a little over, but we’re consistent with the last one.”
Right now, early polls indicate Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders are the favorites to win Wisconsin.