Primary election today for Salem School Board, Brighton School Board, Salem Town Board and circuit court judge

Western Kenosha County voters will be going to the polls Tuesday for a few non-partisan primary elections.

Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Primaries were needed to narrow the field in the Salem town supervisor races, the Salem and Brighton school board races and for circuit court judge.

The judge race will be county wide. Otherwise voters will need to be in the school districts or Salem to vote in the primary.

  • Candidates for the one, one-year Salem town superior race are: incumbent Ted Kmiec, Gail Peckler-Dziki and Jim Walker. Two will move on to the April election.
  • Candidates for the two, two-year Salem town supervisor race are: Steve Brown, Mike Culat, Wes Dumalski, incumbent Dennis Faber and Peckler-Dziki. Four will on to the April election.
  • Candidates for the Salem School Board are: Peg Aull, Ryan Buchberger, Kim McCleod, Jack Niccolai and incumbent Kirsten Ruzicki. Four will move on to the April election.
  • Candidates for the Brighton School Board are: Matt Ellerbrock, Linda Perona and incumbent Judy Uhlenhake.  Two will move on to the April election.
  • Candidates for circuit court judge are: Ed Antaramian, David Berman, David Celebre, William Michel and Jason Rossell, who was appointed by the governor to fill the seat after the retirement of Judge Barbara Kluka.

Note: — We will have the election results as soon as they are available. Check often after 8 p.m. — DH

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