54 voters given wrong ballot in Stratford

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STRATFORD, Wis. (WSAW) -- The Stratford Village Clerk said their office has contacted nearly all 54 voters that were given the wrong ballot Tuesday morning. The ballots did not have the correct legislative race.

June Krueger said voters #1 through #54 were given a ballot that had incorrect races due to a printing issue. Krueger said the village had made contact or left message for the voters. The voters were asked to come in to revote. Krueger said the issue was noticed when the tabulator was not reading ballots.

The Wisconsin Elections Commission is aware of the error.

Krueger asks if you were one of the first few voters and have not been contacted by the village, to call (715) 687-4166.