Salem town chairman candidate 2015 interviews

Salem voters will be able to cast a ballot in a contested town chairman race on April 7.

The candidates are incumbent Diann Tesar and challenger Mike Culat, who is a town supervisor.

Here is their biographical information followed by videos of the candidates answering questions. Both interviews were conducted at headquarters:

Diann D.Tesar — Age: 56. Education: Masters Degree in Education from National-Louis University, Bachelor of Science Degree from UW Milwaukee, Medical Assistant Degree from Gateway. Occupation: Substitute teacher at Central and Wilmot high schools. Previous elected and/or governmental experience: Town Chairman 2011- present, 2006-2009, Town Supervisor 1991-2005, 2010-2011.

Mike Culat — Age:  63. Education: Graduate Allied Institute of Technology. Occupation:  Real Estate broker Licensed in Il & Wi. Previous elected and/or governmental experience:  Now serving second term as Supervisor Town of Salem.

1.) Why did you run for Salem town chairman?

2.) What are your views on incorporation for the town?

3.) If elected, what will be your top priorities?


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