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Numerous New Faces On Local Governing Boards

Issue Date: April 7, 2021

There will be new faces on city councils and village and town boards in the TIMESLand area as a result of the elections on Tuesday, April 6. While there were relatively few contested local positions, in many cases the challenger defeated the incumbent.

Incumbent Municipal Court Judge Clifford Patz was re-elected unopposed 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.

Following is a breakdown of election results by municipality. The vote tallies shown under each heading for state offices and school board positions is for that municipality only and does not represent the outcome for the entire voting district. Those results are found elsewhere in today's Peshtigo Times.

City Positions:

City of Marinette: All incumbents sought a return to office. Incumbent Mayor Steve Genisot beat challenger Roberta Davis 1,137 to 535, and challenger Liz Mikutowski defeated incumbent Ward 5 Alderman Wally Hitt 122 to 89. Votes for unopposed incumbents were, Ward 2 Alderman Jeff Skorik,132 votes, and Ward 6 Alderman Debra Klegin, 98 votes.

City voters favored Democrat Karl Jaeger as their preferred candidate as Representative to the 89th Assembly District by a narrow margin of 864 to 832 for Republican Elijah Behnke, who won the seat by a wide margin when all the votes were tallied.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction totals in the city were Jill Underly-898, and Deborah Kerr-680. Court of Appeals Judge District 3 totals were Rick Cveykus-594, and Gregory Gill, Jr.-822.

For Marinette School District Board, city ballots were: Judy Grace-988, Cindy Verschay-912, Mary Bodam-808, Rose O-Hara-823, and write-in Eric R. Berg-11.

City of Peshtigo: Longtime Alderman Mike Behnke, District 2, was defeated by challenger Keith Klimek with a narrow 3-vote margin, 139 to 136. Challenger Zachary Lossett lost to incumbent District 3 Alderman Debbie Sievert,159 to 91. District 1 Alderman Bridgette Schmidt, unopposed, received 188 complimentary votes

City voters rejected a resolution that would have allowed the city to raise property taxes to provide an additional $200,000 a year for road projects and maintaining existing public service levels. The proposal was defeated 410 to 353. Vote totals on the School referendum for Question 1 were Yes-417 and No-353. Questions 2 were Yes-365, No-420 but in the school district overall both referendum requests were defeated.

For Representative to the Assembly District 89, Elijah Behnke beat Karl Jaeger 484 to 283, and Behnke was the victor overall. State Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate Jill Underly defeated Deborah Kerr 374 to 327. City voters favored Gregory Gill, Jr. over Rick Cveykus 154 to 86 to become Court of Appeals Judge for District 3, but Cveykus was the victor overall.

City of Niagara: Longtime Mayor George Bousley did not seek re-election. Joe Johnston, who is currently an alderman, won the Mayors job with 136 votes. Incumbent aldermen Lynn Burke-94, Michael Darne-104, and Donald Shampo-94 all were returned to their positions, defeating Lisa Mattia, who received 80 votes.

Votes in the city for Niagara School District Board Members were Julie Neuens-108, Karie A. Kehn-85, and Kimberly Champeau Dumki-write-in-53. Jill Underly defeated Deborah Kerr for State Superintendent of Public Instruction 79-62. Court of Appeals Judge District 3 went to Gregbory Gill, Jr.-62 and Rick Cveykus-61.

Village Positions (all 2-year terms):

Village of Coleman: Village President Glenn Woulf received 131 complimentary votes, trustees Nancy Stank got 124, David Podoski 126, and James Heyroth 125. There was no opposition.

For return to Coleman School Board Scott A. Herog received 116 votes, and Corey Kuchta, 128 votes.

In Assembly District #89, Karl Jaeger received 49 votes, and Elijah Behnke 111. State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Jill Underly received 59 votes and Deborah Kerr got 85. Court of Appeals Judge District 3, Gregory B. Gill Jr. received 82 votes and Rick Cveykus got 50. For Municipal Judge for the Towns of Beaver, Town of Pound, Village of Coleman and Village of Crivitz, incumbent Clifford Patz earned 135 votes.

Village of Crivitz: Former Trustee Amy Grandaw, as the sole ballot candidate for Village President, received 135 votes. Incumbent Gloria Kainz-Kinziger was defeated with 88 votes. Elected to the board were George R. Gocht,110 votes, Ginger Deschane,107 votes, and incumbent Jeff Dorschner, 97 votes.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction votes went to Jill Underly, 76, and Deborah Kerr,72. Court of Appeals Judge District 3 were Rick Cveykus-41, Gregory Gill, Jr. 89.

Clifford Patz received 138 votes for Municipal Judge for Town of Beaver, Town of Pound, Village of Coleman, and Village of Crivitz. Votes for Crivitz School District Board Members were Kris Heidewald-118, Gary Huc-86, and write-in Irene Bauer-56.

Village of Pound: All current incumbents were returned to office without opposition. President Terry Earley received 48 complimentary votes, and trustees John Homontowski got 34, and Michael Rogodzinski, 49.

Coleman School District Board Members Scott Herzog goy 45 votes, and Corey Kuchta, 43.

Vote tallies for Assembly district 89 were Elijah Behnke-46 and Karl Jaeger-11. Deborah Kerr defeated Jill Underly, 34-16, for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. In the Court of Appeals Judge District 3 contest, Gregory Gill, Jr. received 31 votes to 20 for Rick Cveykus.

Village of Wausaukee: All incumbents were returned to office without opposition. They are Village President Patrick Tracy, 42 votes, and trustees Lowell â€Mack†McKim, 32, JoAnn Polomis, 39, and Darryl Schmidt, 40.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction vote totals were Jill Underly-28 and Deborah Kerr-18. Court of Appeals Judge District 3 were Rick Cveykus-20, Gregory Gill, Jr.-23. Wausaukee School District Board Member totals were Sandy Wojcik-40, Elmer Busick-38, and Bill Orlando-40.

Town Positions (all for 2-year terms):

Amberg: Incumbent Town Chair Matt Mattison was voted in again with 121complimentary votes. Verlyn Giguere, with 69 votes, was defeated by write-in candidate Ron Magley for Supervisor 1. Magley received 85 votes. Incumbent Clerk Pat Boshen was re-elected with157 votes and Treasurer Lisle Suzawith,166 votes. Both were unopposed. For the Supervisor 2 post, challenger Jodi Campbell defeated incumbent Russell Werner, 113 to 62.

Wausaukee School District Board Member totals were Sandy Wojcik-134, Elmer Busick-120, and Bill Orlando-130. State Superintendent of Public Instruction candidate Deborah Kerr beat Jill Underly 80-78. Court of Appeals Judge District 3 was Gregory Gill, Jr. over Rick Cveykus 96-48.

Athelstane: All incumbents were unopposed except Treasurer Gregory Reinhardt. Town Chair Kelly Barnes received 123 votes, Supervisor Denis DeJardin,133 votes, and Supervisor David Jose,136, and Clerk Janice DuChateau,138. Reinhardt won return to the office with 84 votes over 70 for challenger Daniel P. Johnson.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction results in the town were Jill Underly-74, Deborah Kerr-65. Court of Appeals Judge District 3 were Rick Cveykus-60, and Gregory Gill, Jr.-79. Wausaukee School District Board Members were Sandy Wojcik-100, Elmer Busick-77, and Bill Orlando-101.

Beaver: All incumbents sought another term in office without opposition. They are Town Chair David Bedora-135, and Supervisors Jerome Fendryk-138, and Vernon Gisenas-130.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction votes went to Jill nderly-54 and Deborah Kerr-108. Court of Appeals Judge District 3 were Rick Cveykus-40, Gregory Gill, Jr.-110. Clifford Patz received 153 votes for Municipal Judge for Town of Beaver, Town of Pound, Village of Coleman, and Village of Crivitz. Votes for Crivitz School Board were Scott Herzog-111 and Corey Kuchta-117. Crivitz School Board were Kris Heidewald-15, Gary Huc-7, and write-in candidate Irene Bauer-11.

Beecher: Incumbent Town Chair Robert Gehri who was challenged by Cary L. (Clancy) Whiting, won, 76 to 40. Returned to office unopposed were Supervisor 1 Daniel Groy with 116 votes, Supervisor 2 David Paulsen,115, Clerk Cynthia Butterfield,114, and Treasurer Carolee Hirte,115.

For Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine School District Board Member-Town of Beecher, incumbent Vicki Fick drew 109 votes, and Board Member at Large Tina Duenweg,112.

Deborah Kerr defeated Jill Underly for State Superintendent of Public Instruction 70-49. Gregory Gill, Jr. won over Rick Cveykus for Court of Appeals Judge District 3, 79-31.

Brazeau, Oconto County: Town Chair Ryan Wendt received 243 complimentary votes for return to the office. Supervisor John Fetterly got 243 was opposed by write-in candidate Craig Pasten. Fetterly got 243 votes and Basten got 24. For Northeast Wisconsin Municipal Court Judge, Clifford Patz received 24 votes.

Dunbar: Receiving complimentary votes were Incumbents Town Chair Harry Sokel-132, and Supervisor 2 David White-135. Joseph Stoll was defeated by Bruce Radtke, 43 to 105 who challenged Stoll for the Supervisor 1 position. For State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Deborah Kerr received 76 votes with Jill Underly getting 71. Court of Appeals Judge District 3 totals were Cveykus 41 and Gill 91. Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine School District votes for Vicki Fick were 377, and Tina Duenweg 375.

Goodman: On the ballot without competition were incumbents Town Chair William Stankevich who received 90 complimentary votes, supervisors Steve Gostisha got 97 and James LaChapell received 96, Clerk Sue Pratt-95, and Treasurer Cindy Nelson-100. For State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Jill Underly received 63 votes, and Deborah Kerr got 41. Court of Appeals Judge District 3, Rick Cveykus got 40 votes, with Gregory Gill, Jr. 55 votes. Debbie Thompson got 96 votes for the Goodman-Armstrong Creek School District School Board.

Grover: Brad Wyss was the sole candidate for town chair. He received 429 votes. Katie Van De Walle, write-in candidate for Supervisor 1 received 66 votes. Robert â€Butch†Wortner defeated Monica Schwittay for Supervisor 2, 256-223. Incumbent Clerk/Treasurer Lisa Witak and incumbent Constable Eric VandeWall were unopposed for re-election. Witak got 455 complimentary votes, and VandeWall, 431. For Coleman School District Board Member, Scott Herzog got 60 votes, and Corey Kuchta, 78. For Lena Public School District Board Member, David McNurlen and Charles Imig tied with 9 votes each. Peshtigo School District Board Member-Seat 7, Rebecca DeMarce was given 310 votes, Peshtigo School district Board Member-Deat 8 were Josh Seefeldt-284 and Gregg A. Ublacker-64. Peshtigo School District Board Member Seat 9 was Steve Coble with 305 votes. Marinette School District Board Members receiving votes were Judy Grace-3, Cindy Verschay-5, Mary Bodam-3, Rose O'Hara-3, and write-in Eric Berg-0. Lena Public School District Referendum got 9 NO votes and 5 YES votes. Peshtigo School District Bonding $33,200,000 Referendum Question 1 was defeated 231-148. Peshtigo School District Bonding $1,825,000 Referendum Question 2 was also defeated 248-130. Elijah Behnke beat Karl Jaeger, 390-106, for Representative to the Assembly District 89. Deborah Kerr upset jill Underly for State Superintendent of Public Instruction 257-201. For Court of Appeals Judge District 3, Gregory Gill, Jr. defeated Rick Cveykus, 297-138.

Lake: Town Chair Dan Banaszak filed a notice of non-candidacy. Former Supervisor 1 Cory Sotka ran for that position and received 207 votes. Facing off for the Supervisor I position were Kim Hanson-115, and Bob Burmek-114. Thomas F. Nelson ran unopposed for Supervisor 2 and received 215 votes Linda Tarmann was unopposed Clerk/Treasurer with 220 votes. Crivitz School District Board Members running were Kris Heidewald-154, Gary Huc-121, and Irene Bauer-write-in-50. Running for Marinette School District Board Members were Judy Grace-20, Cindy Verschay-21, Mary Bodam-19, Rose O'Hara-15, and Eric R. Berg-write-in-0. Jill Underly narrowly beat Deborah Kerr, 117-111, for State Superintendent of Public Instruction. For Court of Appeals Judge District 3, Gregory Gill, Jr. defeated Rick Cveykus, 112-97.

Pembine: Incumbent Town Chair Ross Bole received 142 complimentary votes for return to the office, Winning the two supervisor posts were Heather Willis,55, and Anthony Erno,105 votes. Patrick Willis received 42 votes, as did write-in candidates Christopher S. Bigelow. Keith Neubert, also a write-in, got 11 votes.

Beecher-Dunbar-Pembine School District Board Member from Town of Beecher, Vicki Fick received 140 votes, and Board Member at large returns Tina Duenweg, with 134 votes.

Middle Inlet: There is a turnover on the town board, with former clerk Charles (Chuck) Stanek receiving129 votes, and incumbent Don Van returned to office with 151 votes. Incumbent Supervisor Ronald Wenzel lost his position with 123 votes, and challenger Roger Leick, a former supervisor, got 59 votes. Town Chair Richard Wade received 197 complimentary votes.

For Crivitz School Board, Chris Heidewald received 175 votes, Gary Huc-123, write-in candidate Irene Bauer-63 votes. Wausaukee School Board, Sandy Wojcik-1, Elmer Busick-1, and Bill Orlando-1.

Peshtigo: For the Town Chair position Cindy Boyle defeated Dave Dionne, 713 to 524. Supervisor 1 candidate Cynthia Baur won over Jim Kollross, 687 to 471. Jon Drees, candidate for the Seat 2 Supervisor post beat challenger Lenard Wiedemeier, 693-512. Incumbent Constable Rick Badgley, unopposed, received 1,091 complimentary votes.

Peshtigo School District Board Member Seat 7 incumbent Rebecca DeMarce drew 543 votes. Seat 8 incumbent Josh Seefeldt was favored for return to office with 377 votes to 205 for challenger Gregg Ublacker. For Seat 9 incumbent Steve Coble was returned with 555 votes.

Marinette School District Board Members were Judy Grace-325, Cindy Verschay-345, Mary Bodam-242, Rose O'Hara-301, and the write-in Eric Berg-8.

The Peshtigo School District Bonding $33,200,000 Referendum Question 1 was close with 329 Yes votes, and 323 No. Peshtigo School District bonding $1,825,000 Referendum Question 2 also went down, 349-No to 301-Yes.

Pound: Dennis Gross, unopposed for town chair, received 267 votes. Of the four candidates contending to fill the two supervisor positions, Jeff Nowak,178, and Curt Tisler,107 won over Darren Olson, 98, and John Gaffney, 96. Running unopposed Clerk Jessica Markewicz-Olson got 258 votes and Treasurer Janelle Rymer, 259, both are incumbents.

Clifford Patz received 271 votes for Municipal Judge for the Towns of Beaver, Town of Pound, Village of Coleman, and Village of Crivitz. Votes for Coleman School Board were Scott Herzog-194 and Corey Kuchta-240.

Porterfield: All incumbents sought a return to office unopposed. They are Town Chair Dennis Bergeson, 208, Clerk Amy Linstad, 223, Treasurer Wendell Phillips, 215, Supervisor 1 Audrey Guseck, 196, and supervisor 2, and Don Limberg, 200.

Marinette School District Board Members receiving votes were Judy Grace-133, Cindy Verschay-143, Mary Bodam-116, Rose O'Hara-115, and write-in Eric Berg-9.

Silver Cliff: Incumbent Town Chair Bruce Weber won return to office with183 votes to 14 for write-in Chris Norton. Town Clerk Dana Weber received 194 complimentary votes. Incumbent Supervisor I Riana Ventura Bishop, with 75 votes, was defeated by Deanna (Dee) Farley, with134 votes. There were two write-in votes for Chris Norton. Incumbent Supervisor 2 Sue Victoreen,126 defeated challenger Cory Gagne, with 77 votes and write-in Chris Norton, 6 votes. Incumbent Treasurer Carol Kitchmaster,140 votes, defeated challenger Kristin Gagne,72 votes. Cory Gagne ran for Constable and was challenged by write-in Chris Norton. Gagne won 158 to 22. Wabeno School District Referendum, the vote was Yes-7, No-6. Wausaukee School District Board Member, Sandy Wojcik-140, Elmer Busick-120, and Bill Orlando-122.

Stephenson: All incumbents were returned to office without opposition. They are Town Chair Mike Kudick who received 432 votes, Supervisors Jeff Franzmeier-428 and Jim Stadal-404, Clerk Elaine Olsen-458, and Treasurer Mary Jane Kempka-450. There was no opposition.

Crivitz School District Board Member votes Kris Heidewald-361, Gary Huc-287, and Irene Bauer, a Write-in, 111 votes.

Wagner: All incumbents were unopposed for return to the office. They are Town Chair Steve Renikow who received 76 votes, Clerk Cassie Brown with 78, Treasurer Margo Renikow with 76, and Supervisors Ed Delfosse, 69, and Mollie Arthur, 67.

Votes for Wausaukee School District Board incumbents were Sandy Wojcik, 62, Elmer Busick, 68, and Bill Orlando, 64.

Wausaukee: Town Chair Jeff Engelman, unopposed, received 185 complimentary votes. Supervisor I, Robert Jicha had 181, and Clerk Cheryl Stumbris got 186. Contending for the Supervisor 2 seat were Brandon Taylor, who won with 96 votes, defeating Victoria Mueller with 83 votes. Treasurer Sally Hultquist did not seek re-election, but Hope Young, unopposed, was elected with 177 votes. Votes for Wausaukee School District Board Members were Sandy Wojcik,160, Elmer Busick-144, and Bill Orlando-160.

SCHOOL DISTRICTS:

Beecher/Dunbar/Pembine School District: Incumbent Town of Beecher representative Vicki Fick received 377 votes and at-large member Tina Duenweg got 375.

Coleman School District: Incumbents Scott Herzog and Corey Kuchta both sought re-election with no opposition. Corey Kuchta received 739 votes, and Herzog got 651.

Crivitz School District: Incumbents Kris Heidewald and Gary Huc both ran for the School Board, also write-in Irene Bauer. Heidewald received 827 votes, Huc got 626, and Bauer received 291.

Goodman/Armstrong Creek School District: Deborah (Debbie)Thompson, the incumbent, received 196 votes.

Lena School District: Incumbents Charles Imig and David McNurlen were unopposed for return to the board. McNurlen received 424 votes, and Imig got 409.

Marinette School District: The four candidates for three positions on the board were incumbents Mary Bodam-1188, Judy Grace-1469, and Rose O'Hara-1257, Cindy Verschay-1426, and Eric Berg write-in- 52.

Niagara School District: Terms are expiring for Julie Neuens and Karie Kehn. Neuens received 199 votes, Kehn got 149, and a write-in candidate was Kimberly Dumke who received 78 votes.

Peshtigo School District: Incumbents Rebecca DeMarce, Seat No. 7; Joshua Seefeldt, Seat No. 8, and Steve Coble, Seat No. 9 were all seeking return to the board. Seefeldt faced competition from Gregg Ublacker for the Seat No. 8 position. DeMarce received 1470 votes, Seefeldt got 1158, Coble received 2631, and Urblacker got 430 votes.

Wausaukee School District: Incumbents Bill Orlando, Elmer Busick, and current Board President Sandy Wojcik all sought a return to office. Orlando received 526 votes, Busick got 476, and Wojcik tallied 542.

Suring School District: Incumbents Dennis Piepkorn, Village of Suring, and Wendy Wozniak, Town of Breed, sought re-election, and Paul Thomson was a new candidate to represent the Town of Breed on the board. Piepkorn received 682 votes, Wozniak got 427 and Thomson tallied 312.

REFERENDUMS:

City of Peshtigo: Residents of the City of Peshtigo did NOT approve the referendum on road projects, etc. It failed 410 to 353. It stated, 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 decided on two questions. Both were defeated. Question #1 received 907 NO votes and 894 YES votes.

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 infrastruction and site improvements; and acquisition of furnishings, fixtures, and equipment?

Question #2 received 997 NO votes and 796 YES votes.

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€






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Crivitz Board Hosts Meet For Day Care Startup Info

10-06-2021Community - Crivitz
Village of Crivitz To Meet Oct. 11th

10-06-2021Community - Wausaukee
WHS Junior Class Holds Bake Sale

10-06-2021Community - Wausaukee
Wausaukee Fall Fest Big Success

10-06-2021Community - Wausaukee
Annual Chili Fest Competition a Success

10-06-2021Community - Wausaukee
Silver Cliff Fire & Rescue Picnic Very Successful

10-06-2021Sports
Titans Defeat Wolves to Grab MONLPC East Lead

10-06-2021Sports
Oconto Stays On Top of Packerland; Defeats Peshtigo

10-06-2021Sports
Coleman Boys/Suring Girls Pick Up Wins at Lena Invite

10-06-2021Sports
Eight New Members Inducted into Marinette Hall of Fame

10-06-2021Sports
Marines & Blue Devils Advance to D2 Golf Sectional

10-06-2021Perspectives
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From My Window

10-06-2021Perspectives
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10-06-2021Obituaries
Ralph S. Anderson

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Sesquicentennial Fun

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Aquila Air Quality Permit Now Void

09-30-2021Front Page
Peshtigo Town Board Hires Two Employees

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Marinette County Offers Three Fall Color Tours


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