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City, Town, Village Electors Go To the Polls On April 6th

Issue Date: March 31, 2021

Voters in all cities, towns, villages, and school districts in Wisconsin will go to the polls on Tuesday, April 6 to vote for local officials, plus a State Superintendent of Schools and a Wisconsin Court of Appeals Judge.

Several referendum funding questions will be decided for school districts and municipalities in the TIMESLand area, including the City of Peshtigo and Peshtigo and Lena school districts.

Voters in the 89th Assembly District will elect a Representative to the Wisconsin State Legislature to replace John Nygren, a Republican, who resigned early this year. Competing for that spot are Republican Elijah Behnke and Democrat Karl Jaeger, both newcomers to the state political scene.

Incumbent Municipal Court Judge Clifford Patz is unopposed in his quest for another four-year term as Judge for the Northeast Wisconsin Joint Municipal Court that serves the Villages of Crivitz and Coleman and the Towns of Beaver and Pound in Marinette County and the town of Brazeau in Oconto County. The new judicial term will begin on May 1.

City Positions:

City of Marinette: All incumbents are seeking a return to office. Incumbent Mayor Steve Genisot faces a challenge from Roberta Davis, and incumbent Ward 5 Alderman Wally Hitt is being challenged by Liz Mikutowski. Ward 2 Alderman Jeff Skorik and Ward 6 Alderman Debra Klegin are unopposed.

City of Peshtigo: Peshtigo's three incumbent aldermen are all seeking another term. They are Bridgette Schmidt, District 1; Mike Behnke, District 2, and Debbie Sievert, District 3. Challenging Behnke for District 2 is Keith Klimek, and Zachary Lossett is challenging Sievert for District 3. Schmidt is unopposed. City voters are also being asked to approve a resolution allowing the city to raise property taxes to provide more money for road projects and maintaining existing public service levels.

City of Niagara: Longtime Mayor George Bousley is not returning to office. Joe Johnston, who is currently an alderman, is seeking the Mayor's job. Incumbent aldermen Lynn Burke, Michael Darne, and Donald Shampo are all seeking to return to their positions, with a challenge from Lisa Mattia, the fourth candidate for the three alderman posts to be filled.

Village Positions (all 2-year terms):

Village of Coleman: Incumbents for all four Village Board positions to be filled are unopposed for return to office. They are Village President Glenn Woulf, and trustees Nancy Stank, David Podoski, and James Heyroth.

Village of Crivitz: Former Village President Kurt Kostuch resigned several months ago to seek the position of Police Chief, so there is no incumbent. When Kostuch resigned Trustee Jeff Dorschner agreed to fill the position, but only on a temporary basis. He is one of four candidates on the April 6 ballot for the three trustee positions to be filled. The other candidates are Gloria Kainz-Kinziger, the other incumbent, and challengers Ginger Deschane and George Gocht. Amy Grandaw is the sole ballot candidate for Village President.

Village of Pound: All current incumbents - President Terry Earley and trustees John Homontowski and Michael Rogodzinski - are seeking re-election unopposed.

Village of Wausaukee: Terms expiring are those of Village President Patrick Tracy, and trustees Lowell â€Mack†McKim, JoAnn Polomis, and Darryl Schmidt. All are seeking another term without opposition.

Town Positions (all for 2-year terms):

Amberg: Incumbent Town Chair Matt Mattison unopposed for re-election. Incumbent Supervisor 1 Ronald Holmes is not seeking another term and Verlyn Giguere is the sole candidate to fill that seat. Incumbent Clerk Pat Boshen and Treasurer Lisle Suzawith are both seeking a return to office unopposed. The only ballot competition is for the Supervisor 2 post, where Jodi Campbell is challenging incumbent Russell Werner.

Athelstane: Terms expiring are those of Town Chair Kelly Barnes, supervisors Denis DeJardin and David Jose, Clerk Janice DuChateau, and Treasurer Gregory Reinhardt, and all are seeking re-election. The only competition is for the treasurer's position, where Daniel P. Johnson is challenging Reinhardt.

Beaver: All incumbents are seeking another term in office without opposition. They are Town Chair David Bedora, and Supervisors Jerome Fendryk, and Vernon Gisenas.

Beecher: Incumbent Town Chair Robert Gehri faces a challenge from Cary L. (Clancy) Whiting, a former Town Chair and current County Board Supervisor. Seeking a return to office unopposed are Supervisor 1 Daniel Groy, Supervisor 2 David Paulsen, Clerk Cynthia Butterfield, and Treasurer Carolee Hirte.

Brazeau, Oconto County: There is no competition, and one supervisor position will be filled by a write-in vote. Several persons have expressed interest, but there is no name on the ballot to replace incumbent Supervisor Jean Grosse, who filed a notice of non-candidacy prior to the deadline for filing nomination papers. Town Chair Ryan Wendt and Supervisor John Fetterly are unopposed in bids for re-election. Electors can also vote for the position of Northeast Wisconsin Municipal Court Judge, where incumbent Judge Clifford Patz is the only candidate for another four-year term.

Dunbar: Incumbents seeking another term are Town Chair Harry Sokel, and Supervisor 1 Joseph Stoll, and Supervisor 2 David White. Bruce Radtke is challenging Stoll for the Supervisor 1 position.

Goodman: On the ballot without competition are incumbents Town Chair William Stankevich, supervisors Steve Gostisha and James LaChapell, Clerk Sue Pratt, and Treasurer Cindy Nelson.

Grover: Chairman Wayne Staidl and Supervisor I Kim Kittredge filed notices of non-candidacy. Incumbent Brad Wyss is not seeking a return to his Supervisor 2 position but is the sole candidate for town chair. Without ballot opposition for the two supervisor positions to be filled are Robert â€Butch†Wortner and Monica Schwittay. Incumbent Clerk/Treasurer Lisa Witak and incumbent Constable Eric VandeWall are unopposed for re-election.

Lake: Town Chair Dan Banaszak filed a notice of non-candidacy. Former Supervisor 1 Cory Sotka is running for that position without opposition. Facing off for the Supervisor I position being vacated by Sotka are Kim Hanson and Bob Burmek. Thomas F. Nelson is unopposed for the Supervisor 2 position formerly held by Travis Mueller. Linda Tarmann is unopposed for return to office as Clerk/Treasurer.

Pembine: Incumbent Ross Bole is seeking another term as Town Chair. Supervisors Vincent Czahor and Michael Newingham are not seeking re-election. The three candidates contending for the two supervisor posts are Patrick Willis, Heather Willis, and Anthony Erno.

Middle Inlet: Town Chair Richard Wade is unopposed for return to office. Incumbent supervisors Ronald Wenzel and Donald Van are being challenged for the offices by Charles (Chuck) Stanek, who formerly was the elected town clerk/treasurer, and Roger Leick, who was a town supervisor several years ago.

Peshtigo: Chairman Herman Pottratz and Seat 1 Supervisor Dan Staudenmaier both filed non-candidacy papers. Candidates for the Town Chair position are Cindy Boyle and Dave Dionne. Seeking to fill the Supervisor 1 position Staudenmaier is vacating are Jim Kollroff and Cynthia Baur. Contending for the Seat 2 Supervisor position are incumbent Jon Drees and challenger Lenard Wiedemeier. Incumbent Constable Rick Badgley is seeking a return to office unopposed.

Pound: Town Chair Jerry Heroux and Supervisor Dennis Fiedorowicz are not seeking a return to office. Dennis Gross is unopposed for the town chair. The four candidates contending to fill the two supervisor positions are Jeff Nowak, Curt Tisler, Darren Olson, and incumbent John Gaffney. Running unopposed are Clerk Jessica Markewicz-Olson and Treasurer Janelle Rymer, both incumbents.

Porterfield: All incumbents are seeking a return to office unopposed. They are Town Chair Dennis Bergeson, Clerk Amy Linstad, Treasurer Wendell Phillips, Supervisor 1 Audrey Guseck, and supervisor 2 Don Limberg.

Silver Cliff: Seeking a return to office without competition are Town Chair Bruce Weber and Town Clerk Dana Weber. Incumbent Supervisor I Riana Ventura Bishop is being challenged by Deanna (Dee) Farley; incumbent Supervisor 2 Sue Victoreen is being challenged by Cory Gagne, and incumbent Treasurer Carol Kitchmaster has competition from Kristin Gagne. Constable Sabin Rosenbaum did not seek re-election, and Cory Gagne is unopposed for that position.

Stephenson: All incumbents filed for re-election. They are Town Chair Mike Kudick, Supervisors Jeff Franzmeier and Jim Stadal, Clerk Elaine Olsen, and Treasurer Mary Jane Kempka. There is no opposition.

Wagner: All incumbents are unopposed for return to office. They are Town Chair Steve Renikow, Clerk Cassie Brown, Treasurer Margo Renikow, and supervisors Ed Delfosse and Mollie Arthur.

Wausaukee: Town Chair Jeff Engelman is seeking another term in office without opposition, as are Supervisor I, Robert Jicha, and Clerk Cheryl Stumbris. Contending for the Supervisor 2 seat are Victoria Miller and Brandon Taylor. Treasurer Sally Hultquist is not seeking re-election, but Hope Young is running for that position.

SCHOOL DISTRICTS:

Beecher/Dunbar/Pembine School District: Incumbent Town of Beecher representative Vicki Fick and at-large member Tina Duenweg are unopposed for r-election.

Coleman School District: Incumbents Scott Herzog and Corey Kuchta are seeking re-election with no opposition.

Crivitz School District: Kris Heidewald and Gary Huc, both incumbents, are unopposed for return to the board.

Goodman/Armstrong Creek School District: Deborah (Debbie)Thompson, the incumbent, is seeking re-election with no opposition.

Lena School District: Incumbents Charles Imig and David McNurlen are unopposed for return to the board.

Marinette School District: The four candidates for three positions on the board are incumbents Mary Bodam, Judy Grace, and Rose O'Hara, with Cindy Verschay as a challenger.

Niagara School District: Terms are expiring for Julie Neuens and Karie Kehn.

Peshtigo School District: Incumbents Rebecca DeMarce, Seat No. 7; Joshua Seefeldt, Seat No. 8, and Steve Coble, Seat No. 9 are all seeking a return to the board. Seefeldt faces competition from Gregg Ublacker for the Seat No. 8 position.

Wausaukee School District: Incumbents Bill Orlando, Elmer Busick, and current Board President Sandy Wojcik are all seeking a return to office. There are no other candidates.

Suring School District: Incumbents Dennis Piepkorn, Village of Suring, and Wendy Wozniak, Town of Breed, are seeking a return to office, and Paul Thomson is a new candidate to represent the Town of Breed on the board.

REFERENDUMS:

City of Peshtigo: Residents of the City of Peshtigo will decide on the referendum on road projects, etc. It states, â€Under state law, the increase in the levy of the City of Peshtigo for the tax to be imposed for the next fiscal year, 2022, is limited to an estimated .959%, which results in a levy of $814.395. Shall the City of Peshtigo be allowed to exceed this limit and increase the levy for the next fiscal year, 2022, for the purpose of ongoing road projects and maintaining existing public service levels for public works, by a total of 24.558%, which results in a levy of $1,014,395, and on an ongoing basis, including the increase of $200,000 for each fiscal year going forward?â€

Peshtigo School District: Residents of the Peshtigo School District will have to decide on two questions.

Question Number 1: Shall the Peshtigo School District, Marinette, and Oconto Counties, Wisconsin, be authorized to issue pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Wisconsin Statutes, general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $33,200,000 for the public purpose of paying the cost of a school building and facility improvement project at the Middle/High School consisting of: renovations and construction of additions for a secure entrance, academic areas, technical education, and a gymnasium and related space; building infrastructure and site improvements; and acquisition of furnishings, fixtures, and equipment?

Questions #2: Shall the Peshtigo School District, Marinette and Oconto Counties, Wisconsin be authorized to issue pursuant to Chapter 67 of the Wisconsin Statutes, general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $1,825,000 for the public purpose of paying the cost of construction of additional athletic fields and related facilities, site improvements and acquisition of related equipment?

Lena School District: Voters of the Lena School District will vote on the following: â€Shall the Lena Public School District, Oconto, and Marinette Counties, Wisconsin be authorized to exceed the revenue limit specified in Section 121.91, Wisconsin Statutes, by $750,000 for the 2021-2022 school year, by $800,000 for the 2022-2023 school year, by $850,000 for the 2023-2024 school year, by $900,000 for the 2024-2025 school year, and by $950,000 for the 2025-2026 school year, for non-recurring purposes consisting of ongoing educational expenses and maintaining facilities?â€

89TH DISTRICT ASSEMBLYMAN: John Nygren resigned from his position before his term was up. Running for the 89th Assembly are Republican Elijah Behnke and Democrat Karl Jaeger.

STATE SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS: Deborah Kerr and Jill Underly are both seeking the non-partisan position.

WISCONSIN COURT OF APPEALS JUDGE: Running for the non-partisan post are Rick Cveykus and Gregory B. Gill, Jr.




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