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Business Advocate newsletter

Business Advocate newsletter February 6, 2023 The Business Advocate is a weekly e-newsletter available on request at no charge for Chamber investors. Publishing on the first business day of each week, it covers Chamber advocacy activities and government policy issues that impact the economy and business environment. Click here for a current list of local…

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Public Meetings Calendar

Public Meetings Calendar This calendar is updated weekly based upon information available on the calendars of local public entities in Eau Claire County. This information is subject to change and depends upon the accuracy of the information from the source. For information about Chamber advocacy activities and government policy issues that impact the economy and…

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Election 2023: Guide to the Local Spring Election

Even though the November general election has just passed, it is time to get ready for the spring elections. The filing deadline to run is January 3rd, and candidates begin to circulate nomination forms in December. The candidates that will be running for office will officially be known on January 4th, 2023. Unlike the partisan…

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Spring 2023 Early Voting

Spring Primary Early Voting City of Eau Claire Early Voting for the 2023 Spring Primary Election begins on Feb. 7 and ends Feb 17. To request an absentee ballot you must request it from your municipal clerk in person, by mail, by fax, by email or at MyVote.wi.gov. The last day to request an absentee ballot…

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Chippewa Valley Rally 2023 Issues

Chippewa Valley Rally Join us for the 29th Annual Chippewa Valley Rally Wednesday, February 22, Madison Click here for schedule and registration information   2023 ISSUES   Capital investments at regional UW System campuses   Completion funding for the UW-Eau Claire Science and Health Sciences Building Approval of the UW Board of Regents capital request…

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Jan Eggs & Issues: State of the County

January 22, 2023 County Officials discuss State of the County The January edition of Eggs & Issues featured county officials Nick Smiar, chair of the Eau Claire County Board, Kathryn Schauf, county administrator, and Rodney Eslinger, director of planning and development.   Eau Claire county has elected a new sheriff, Dave Riewestahl and circuit court…

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Town of Washington Town Board Spring Election

Town of Washington Town Board Spring Election Information Town of Washington Town Board The Town of Washington is governed by a 5 member Town Board consisting of  1 Chairperson and 4 Supervisors. Odd years the Chairperson and 2 Supervisors are elected and even years 2 Supervisors are elected. Each member represents about 7,780 (or the…

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Court of Appeals

Court of Appeals The Court of Appeals is higher then the circuit courts but below the Supreme Court. The job of the Court of Appeals is to correct mistakes made at the circuit court level. The court has four districts with 16 judges, with each distract having three to five judges. Usually the court uses…

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Elections

The Wisconsin Supreme Court is made up of seven justices that are elected to non-partisan positions. Each term on the court last 10 years, and under state law there can be only one Supreme Court election each year. Current Justice Patience Roggensack’s term expires in July 2023, and she is not seeking reelection. The Wisconsin…

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Altoona City Council Spring Election Information

Altoona City Council Spring Election Information Altoona Council Seats The City of Altoona is governed by a mayor and a 6 member city council, who all serve a 3 year term as of 2022 (the mayor will serve a 2 year term from 2022-2024 and then start serving 3 year terms starting in April 2024).…

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