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Silver Lake village trustee primary results

Here are the results of the Silver Lake village trustee primary election as of 8:22 p.m. as reported by the Kenosha County Clerk’s office: Sabrina Moran 202. Sandra L. Folgers 198. Eldon Johnston 196. Eric Ericksen 146. Pat Dunn 130. Doug Randolph 120. Charles (Marty) Wiltberger II 92. Dave Lathrop 17. These results would mean […]

Primary election in Silver Lake is today

Voters in Silver Lake will be voting in a non-partisan primary election Tuesday to narrow the field of village trustee candidates for the April 7 election. The following field of eight will be narrowed to six: Pat Dunn (incumbent). Sabrina Moran (incumbent). Sandra Folgers. Eldon Johnston. Doug Randolph. Dave Lathrop. Eric Ericksen. Charles Wiltberger II. Lathrop […]

Appointed Salem School Board member to run write-in candidacy

Parisa Watson, who was appointed to the Salem School Board in January, has announced she plans to run a write-in candidacy to win a seat int eh April 4 election. Watson was appointed in January to fill the remainder of Kim McLeod’s term, which expires in April.

Silver Lake trustee ballot positions redrawn after error

Even though one Silver Lake trustee candidate said he was withdrawing from the race via letter, the state Government Accountability Board has ruled that name stills needs to appear on the April ballot. When village Clerk Terry Faber conducted the initial ballot position lottery last Friday, she left Dave Lathrop’s name out on the basis of the […]

One candidate withdraws from Silver Lake trustee race

One of the eight people who filed to run for Silver Lake village trustee in April has withdrawn from the race. Dave Lathrop withdrew via signed letter, said village Clerk Terry Faber. But with seven people still in the race, there will still need to be a primary on Feb. 17 to narrow the field to six […]

Candidates set for school board elections

The line-up of candidates for local school board positions to be decided in the April 7 election have been set. Here’s a rundown of the candidates in each district: Paris School — Two candidates filed to fill two seats. They are incumbent Colleen Belmont and Kristine Kordecki. Central High School — One candidate filed for each of […]

No races for municipal offices in Paddock Lake, Bristol, Twin Lakes, Paris

Some local municipalities should see little change in their local government leadership as they will have all uncontested races in the April 7 election: Paddock Lake — Only incumbents President Terry Burns and Trustees Dick Fish, Gary Kaddatz, Kathy Christenson and Municipal Judge Bob Brenner filed candidacy papers by Tuesday’s deadline. Bristol — Only incumbents President Mike Farrell […]

Randall to have race for town chairman

Randall voters will see a rematch in 2015 of the town chairman contest from 2013. Both incumbent Bob Stoll and challenger Phillip Johnson filed their candidacy papers before Tuesday’s deadline. Other town offices had only the incumbents file for re-election: Supervisor #1 Lauren Fox. Supervisor #3 Randy Kaskin.

Brighton offices to have contests in April

Brighton voters will see contested races for Town Board seats in the April 7 election. Filing for town offices closed today. Filing by the deadline were: Chairman — Dave DeVito (incumbent) and John B. Kiel. Supervisor 1 — Charlene Brandes (incumbent) and Harry Wirth. Supervisor 2 — Andrew Wright and Susan Crane. Note: Incumbent Ed Wagner did […]

Silver Lake to have primary for trustee; race for president

Silver Lake will have a race for village president in April and need a primary to narrow the field for village trustee. Both incumbent Sue Gerber and challenger Bruce Nopenz filed candidacy papers by the deadline today to run for village president. For trustee, eight candidates filed papers for six spots on the ballot. They are: Pat Dunn […]

Salem to have contest for town chairman

Salem will see a contested election for town chairman in the April election. Incumbent Diann Tesar and current Supervisor Mike Culat both filed papers to run for chairman by the deadline this evening. If Culat were to lose the chairman race, he would remain on the Town Board as he would still have a year […]

Ed Wagner files non-candidacy for Brighton supervisor #2

Longtime town Supervisor Ed Wagner will not run for re-election in April to his seat on the Brighton Town Board. Town Clerk Linda Perona confirmed Wednesday that Wagner filed non-candidacy before last Friday’s deadline. Those wishing to run for a municipal office in the April election need to file candidacy papers by Jan. 6. Related post Decker not […]

Decker not running for re-election in Silver Lake; most other municipal incumbents have not filed non-candidacy

Silver Lake village Trustee Michael Decker appears to be the only local municipal office incumbent to file non-candidacy for a seat to be decided in the April 2015 election. As of 3 p.m. Monday, we had heard from the clerks of all but Bristol and Brighton. Filing deadline for non-candidacy papers was Friday. Decker was the […]

Election 2014: Other results of local interest — minimum wage referendum, state senate, 1st Congressional Dist.

Here are results in some of the other races of local interest from Tuesday’s election: Minimum wage — Kenosha County voters had a chance to weigh-in on whether the minimum wage should be raised to $10.10 per hour. Results were: Yes 34.458 to No 20,346. 21st State Senate — Western Kenosha County voters were selecting their state senator […]

Silver Lake village dissolution; contracting with Salem for Fire/EMS referendum results

Silver Lake voters had two referendums today — one seeking to ban the village from contracting with Salem for fire/EMS service and another seeking to dissolve the village government. Both referendums were binding. The dissolution referendum needed to pass by a two-thirds vote. Incomplete results at 9:45 p.m. show: On prohibiting the village from contracting […]

Salem ATV referendum results

Salem voters had the chance in today’s election to weigh-in on whether ATVs should be allowed to use designated routes on roadways in the town. The referendum is non-binding. At 8:51, with one of two polls reporting incomplete results: No 904 to Yes  614. The need to hand count paper ballots that were cast at Salem Town Hall […]

Voting turnout appears to be strong; long line develops at Salem

Local polling places appear to be seeing strong turnout in Tuesday’s federal and state partisan election. On a tour of few polling places between about 5 and 6 p.m., the longest lines were at Salem Town Hall. Several voters told us that they were told that paper ballots had run out late this afternoon and […]

Today is Election Day

Voters will be going to the polls Tuesday to decide federal and state partisan elections. Silver Lake, Salem and Paddock Lake also have referendums on the ballot and there is a countywide referendum as well. Polls will be open today from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Note: will be following all of the election results […]

Fall Election 2014: Several local referendums on ballot

The fall partisan election typically doesn’t hold a lot of significance when it comes to strictly local issues. Sure that election decides state and federal offices — even president every four years — and those are important offices, but they’re not local. This year, that’s definitely not the case with a countywide referendum and referendums in three municipalities on controversial issues. Here’s […]

Wheatland Center School referendum passes

The Wheatland Jt. 1 School District referendum to exceed the revenue limit appears to be on its way to approval. At about 8:26 p.m., with just a few absentee ballots yet to be counted, the tally was: Yes 357, No 186, said Wheatland town Clerk Sheila Siegler. Though the district includes portions of Salem, Brighton and […]

Silver Lake to enforce temporary campaign sign regulations

Silver Lake will be enforcing a set of temporary campaign sign standards leading up to the Nov. 4 election, Silver Lake Police Chief Andrew Trudeau announced in a media release today. Trudeau said uncertainty about how to enforce the village’s sign ordinance prompted a meeting between village President Sue Gerber, building inspector Royce Kennedy and […]

2014 Dist. 21 state senate Republican primary results

Van Wannggard and Jonathan Steitz are competing today for the Republican nomination in the state Senate Dist. 21 primary election today. The winner will face Democrat Randy Bryce in November in the heavily Republican district that includes parts of Kenosha and Racine counties. In Kenosha County, with 19 of 20 polls reporting partial results at 9:47 […]

2014 Kenosha County Sheriff Republican primary results

Incumbent David Beth and challenger David Zoerner are competing today for the Republican nomination for Kenosha County Sheriff. Though this is a primary, it will likely be the de facto election because no Democrat filed to appear on the November ballot. Polls closed at 8 p.m. At about 8:26 p.m., with 9 of 112 polls reporting the […]

Partisan primaries to be held today

Partisan primaries — including one that should decide who will be Kenoha County Sheriff for the next four years and another that likely will settle the 21st State Senate seat — will take place today. Only Republicans filed papers to be on the ballot for county sheriff. Therefore, whoever wins Tuesday between incumbent David Beth and challenger David Zoerner should become sheriff, unless […]

Lakewood School referendum is today

Voting in the Lakewood School referendum will take place today from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the school in Twin Lakes. All legal voters living in the school district are eligible to vote. The Twin Lakes School District No. 4 is seeking approval for issuing of general obligation bonds in an amount not to exceed $5,990,000 for […]

No change in results from Silver Lake recount

The results of the Silver Lake trustee race did not change after a recount performed Friday. County Clerk Mary Schuch-Krebs said the recount, supervised by her office, concluded at about 12:30 p.m. in Kenosha. No change means former Trustee Chris Willkomm will rejoin the board and incumbent Trustee Sotiria Wilber will be stepping down. Three […]

Paddock Lake considering political sign regulations

Paddock Lake Village Board members at a committee of the whole meeting Tuesday discussed putting some limits on political signs displayed in the village. Several board members appeared to be offended by displays within the village for the just past spring election where a single candidate has numerous signs displayed on a single property. Areas […]

Riverview School Board tie could end up decided by lot

If an apparent tie in vote totals between two candidates for the Riverview School Board holds up, who wins the seat could end up decided by a draw, district administrator John Gendron explained today. In Tuesday’s election to fill two school board seats, candidate Mary K. Vozel received the most votes, 263. The other two candidates […]

Election 2014 results: Paddock Lake trustee

At 9:53 p.m., incomplete results in the Paddock Lake trustee race show the three incumbents leading. The three candidates with the most votes will win the three available seats. With 1 of 1 poll reporting incomplete results: Barbara J. Brenner (incumbent) 235. Gloria J. Walter (incumbent) 207. Kathlyn A. Barry (incumbent) 178. Anthony Hansen 174. UPDATE […]

Election 2014 results: Riverview School Board

Incomplete results at 9:41 p.m. are showing a tie for the second seat on the Riverview School Board. The two candidates with the most votes will win the seats. Here are the results, which are not yet final unofficial: Mary K. Vozel 263. Chris Willkomm 252. Bert A. Christensen 252. UPDATE about 10:45 p.m. — […]

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