The Web Desk: Your guide to Gazette election coverage

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Andrew Reuter
October 29, 2014

JANESVILLE—In the weeks before every major election, Gazette staffers spend hundreds of hours interviewing, researching, editing, photographing and reporting for stories about candidates and referendums you'll see on the ballot. This information helps our readers make informed decisions about their communities.

The Nov. 4 election is no exception.

Our reporters wrote more than 8,500 words about the races and referendums on Tuesday's ballot. You can find those stories on our Previews page, or you can find them at news stands in Wednesday's paper.

More related stories are in our online archives. The Fall 2014 Primaries Previews page reveals further details about the candidates who made it this far.

Finally, you'll find local political views from letter writers and The Gazette Editorial Board in the Opinion section. We also will put those onto the Election Latest News page leading up to election night.

It'll be all hands on deck in the newsroom Tuesday night, as usual. We will post the latest news and results on our Election Latest News page, or you can follow @GazetteXtra or Gazette staffers themselves on Twitter.

As always, thanks for reading The Gazette!

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