Once a candidate qualifies for ballot status, her name appears on the ballot.The candidate cannot withdraw and have her name removed.Only in case of death of the candidate can the name be removed from the ballot.S. 8.35, Wis. Stats.
In the above example, the statutory language is:“Vote for not more than three.”The number of candidates an elector is allowed to vote for, whether at a primary or an election, is the same as the number of officers to be elected.S. 5.52, Wis. Stats. 3/24/2003
In a nonpartisan (Spring) election, the order in which candidates names appear on the ballot is determined by the drawing of lots, or by any method that is by chance. S. 5.60(1)(b), Wis. Stats. 3/24/2003
In a partisan primary, the order in which candidates of one party's names appear is also determined by lot.