Contested races for most local county supervisor races

While most Western Kenosha County municipal seats see little competition in the April 3 election, all but one of the six Western Kenosha County County Board districts will have contested races.

Candidates filing nomination papers by the 5 p.m. Tuesday deadline were:

  • District 18 — Monica Yuhas and Mary (Katie) Verzal. Incumbent Jill Gillmore is not seeking re-election.
  • District 19 — Incumbent Michael┬áSkalitzky.
  • District 20 — Incumbent John Poole and Any Wagner.
  • District 21 — Mark Nordigian and Norman Kazumura. Incumbent Kimberly Breunig is not seeking re-election.
  • District 22 — Incumbent Erin Decker and Bruce Nopenz.
  • District 23 — Incumbent Dennis Elverman and Mark Starzyk.

County executive also will be on the April ballot. Incumbent Jim Kreuser was the only candidate who filed nomination papers.



  1. Change says:

    Erin Decker missed several meetings. Therefore she had no voice for us. If not interested in doing her job, she should get voted out. Bruce Nopenz is a proven leader. Mark Starzyk is too far to the right, as is Erin. Norm Kazumura is well educated, and one very smart man. Very involved in our community. Vote for folks willing to work with the rest of the board.

  2. Kale Dolfin says:

    Remember Change, there’s a very significant difference between political indoctrination and genuine education.

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