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Wisconsin voters go to the polls Tuesday

Tuesday is Wisconsin's turn to throw its hat in the race-for-president ring. For Democrats Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, a win in the state would tip the scales in what has lately been a close race. For John McCain, a victory in Wisconsin wou...

Tuesday is Wisconsin's turn to throw its hat in the race-for-president ring.

For Democrats Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, a win in the state would tip the scales in what has lately been a close race. For John McCain, a victory in Wisconsin would further strengthen his claim to the Republican nomination, a bid he's moving toward faster than rival Mike Huckabee.

Polling locations are open from7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the following Superior locations:

* 1st Aldermanic District: Bryant School, 1423 Central Ave.

* 2nd Aldermanic District: Belgian Club, 3931 E. Second St.

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* 3rd Aldermanic District: Wessman Arena, 2701 Catlin Ave.

* 4th Aldermanic District: Christ Lutheran Church, 320 N. 28th St. E.

* 5th Aldermanic District: Moose Lodge Club, 66 E. Fifth St.

* 6th Aldermanic District: Government Center, 1316 N. 14th St.

* 7th Aldermanic District: WITC Convention Center, Mertz Motorelli Drive Entrance

* 8th Aldermanic District: Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 1924 Wyoming Ave.

* 9th Aldermanic District: Billings Park Civic Center, 3903 N. 18th St.

* 10th Aldermanic District: Peter Rich Center, 1201 N. Eighth St.

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For further assistance, contact the Superior city clerk's office at 395-7383.

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