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Thursday, June 11, 2009

 11:16 AM 

Straw poll rules, questions

WisPolitics is conducting a straw poll at both party conventions this year. Results from the Dem straw poll will be released late Saturday afternoon.

The following are the rules for this year's poll:

-- A list of possible candidates will appear in alphabetical order on a paper ballot for each question. A write-in spot will follow.

-- Delegates, alternates and registered guests are allowed to vote only once.

-- Only ballots with one candidate clearly marked for each question will be counted. Ballots with an illegible write-in name will not be counted. WisPolitics will be the sole judge as to whether a ballot should be counted.

-- The results will be counted by WisPolitics staff and released at www.wispolitics.com on the Saturday of the convention.

Here are this year's questions for Dems:

If Gov. Jim Doyle doesn't run for re-election next year, which politician would you support in the 2010 party primary?
--Tom Barrett
--Russ Decker
--Jon Erpenbach
--Kathleen Falk
--Ron Kind
--Barb Lawton
--Mike Sheridan
--Write In

Which of the top two likely Republican candidates for governor next year would be the most beatable?
--Mark Neumann
--Scott Walker

-- By WisPolitics Staff


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