State, Municipalities, School Board Elections On April 2
Municipalities in Marinette and Oconto Counties will have local elections April 2 in towns, villages, city, school districts as well as a Marinette County Circuit Court Judge for a six year term and a Municipal Judge for the Town of Pound and Village of Coleman for a four year term.
If more than three candidates file for the same office, a primary election would be held Tuesday, Feb. 19.
Voters will also cast ballots for a state superintendent of schools for a four year term to succeed incumbent Tony Evers and a State Supreme Court Justice for a 10 year term. Present incumbent is Pat Roggensack.
Towns will have election for chairman, supervisors, clerk and treasurer, all for two year terms. In some towns the offices of clerk and treasurer are appointed by the Town Board. Several towns will also vote for constables.
Villages will have elections for president and trustees and in Crivitz for a municipal judge and a combined municipal judge for four years for the Town of Pound and Village of Coleman. Clifford Patz is present incumbent. Present Crivitz Judge is Carl Greene.
In the City of Marinette there will be an election for three alderpersons. The City of Niagara election is for a mayor and three alderpersons and in the City of Peshtigo, the election is for three alderpersons.
School District elections to the Board of Education will be held in Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine, Coleman, Crivitz, Goodman-Armstrong Creek, Lena, Marinette, Niagara, Peshtigo, Suring and Wausaukee.
The first day for candidates to circulate nomination papers for elected positions is Saturday, Dec. 1, and papers must be filed with their respective municipal clerks by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2.
Judicial officer candidates file with the Government Accountability Board in Madison. The exception is for Municipal Judges who file with the County Clerk.
School Board candidates only have to file a declaration of candidacy and campaign registration statement with their respective school district office.
Incumbent office holders not seeking re-election are required to file notification of noncandidacy by 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21. This applies to state, county, municipal and school district filing offices.
A listing of elected offices up for election and the current office holders follows:
Amberg: Chairman Matt Mattison, Supervisor 1 Ronald Holmes, Supervisor 2 Russell Werner, Clerk Pat Boshen, Treasurer, Lisle Suzawith.
Athelstane: Chairperson John Dobratz, Supervisor 1 Harold Tesch, Jr., Supervisor 2 David Jose, Clerk Janice DuChateau, Treasurer Gregory Reinhardt.
Beaver: Chairperson David Bedora, Supervisor Jerome Fendryk, Supervisor Vernon Gisenas.
Beecher: Chairperson Robert Gehri, Supervisor 1 Daniel Groy, Supervisor 2 John Keeley, Clerk Betty Nowack, Treasurer, Carolyn Keeley.
Brazeau: Chair Ryan Wendt, Supervisor Rodney Gretzon, Supervisor Gerald Kempka, 2 other Supervisor posts to make a five member board have no incumbents. Also there is no incumbent for the new combined position of clerk/treasurer.
Dunbar: Chairperson Russell Bousley, Sr., Supervisor Robert Kordus, Supervisor David White, Clerk/Treasurer Becky Grandaw.
Goodman: Chair William Stankevich, Supervisor 1 Steve Gostisha, Supervisor 2 James LaChapell, Clerk Susan Pratt, Treasurer Cindy Nelson.
Grover: Chairperson Wayne Staidl, Supervisor 1 Kim Kittredge, Supervisor 2 Wayne Hoffman, Clerk/Treasurer Lisa L. Witak, Constable Doug Witak.
Lake: Chairperson Lyle Cherry, Supervisor 1 Linda Tarmann, Supervisor 2 Travis Mueller, Clerk/Treasurer Penny Chaikowski.
Middle Inlet: Chairperson Richard M. Wade, Supervisor Anthony J. Magerowski, Supervisor Kenneth P. Van Camp, Clerk/Treasurer Charles D. Stanek.
Niagara: Chair Alfred Sauld, Supervisor Richard Payette, Supervisor Mark DeClark, Clerk Dawn Johnson, Treasurer Rachael Ellison.
Pembine: Chairperson Louis Linsmeyer, Supervisor Charles Jakups, Supervisor Vincent Czahor.
Peshtigo: Chairperson Herman Pottratz, Supervisor 1 Dan Staudenmaier, Supervisor 2 Mark Monnette, Constable Oren Ninnemann.
Porterfield: Chairperson Eugene LaCombe, Supervisor 1 Audrey Guseck, Supervisor II Don Limberg, Clerk Barb Wickman, Treasurer Wendell Philipps, Constable David Dzurick.
Pound: Chairperson Jerry Heroux, Supervisor Leonard Semrau, Supervisor John Gaffney, Clerk Tammy Kasal, Treasurer Janelle Rymer.
Silver Cliff: Chairperson Gaylord King, Supervisor 1 Henry Burkel, Supervisor 2 Jeff Schaal, Clerk Steffanie Bishop, Treasurer Carol Kitchmaster, Constable Scott Baldwin.
Stephenson: Chairperson John Konopacki, Supervisor Thomas La Susa, Supervisor Joseph Banaszak, Clerk Elaine Olson, Treasurer Mary Jane Kempka.
Wagner: Chairperson Bill Weissgerber, Supervisor Allen E. Sievert, Supervisor David E. Setunsky, Clerk Melissa S. Christiansen, Treasurer Margo L. Renikow.
Wausaukee: Chairperson Jeff Engelmann, Supervisor 1 Robert Jicha, Supervisor 2 Robert Ranallo, Clerk Cheryl Stumbris, Treasurer Sally Hultquist.
Coleman: President Glenn A. Woulf, Trustee David Podoski, Trustee Nancy Stank, Trustee Diane Patz.
Crivitz: President John J. Deschane, Trustee Kurt Kostuch, Trustee Dick Kaminski, Trustee Jo Di Volk, Municipal Judge Carl Greene.
Pound: President Jay Martens, Trustee Barbara Kleikamp, Trustee Tyler Gross.
Wausaukee: President Jeffrey Townsend, Trustee Ann Hartnell, Trustee John Ranallo, Trustee Kyle Stumbris.
Peshtigo: Aldermen for First District Fred Meintz, Second District Michael J. Behnke, Third District Mary E. Lock.
Marinette: Alderperson Ward No. 1 Sandy Saunier, Alderperson Ward 4 Scott Wahl, Alderperson-At-Large Bradley Behrendt.
Niagara: Alderperson Mark Moreau, Alderperson Gary Unrein, Alderperson Glenn Lantagne, Mayor George Bousley.
Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine: Town of Pembine Nick Dal Santo.
Coleman: Ryan Wendt, Jamie Graetz, Ted Verges.
Crivitz: Ginger Deschane, Jeannette Sikowski, Thomas Wiedemeier.
Goodman-Armstrong Creek: Robert Stec, Carl Frydrych.
Lena: Edward Huberty, Kristan Huberty.
Marinette: Cindy Bailey, Terri Florek, Robert Gannon, Richard OFarrell.
Niagara: James Dunnick, Karen Rock.
Peshtigo: Seat 2 Bob Thomas, Seat 3 Amy Hammer, Seat 4 Kelly Jones.
Wausaukee: Joe Lanich, Dennis Taylor.
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