Posts under ‘Election’

Spring election 2019: Salem School District referendum results

Early results suggest that a request to allow additional operational funding in the Salem School District has been approved by voters. With three polls of three reporting what may be incomplete results at 9:35 p.m. votes are: Yes 958 (56%) and No 741 (44%). The board was seeking to exceed the levy limit by $1.5 million to help support […]

Spring election 2019: Wilmot Union High School Board results

Early results show two incumbents and one newcomer being elected to the Wilmot Union High School Board. With seven polls of eight reporting incomplete unofficial results at 9:24 p.m. vote returns are: Sue Gerber 1,360 (27%), Laurie DeMoon 1,359 (27%), incumbent Steven Turner 1,176 (24%), Warren Regnier 1,016 (20%). UPDATE 10:15 p.m. — With eight polls of eight reporting now results remain […]

Spring election 2019: Randall town supervisor #1 results

Early results in the Randall town supervisor #1 race show a newcomer assuming a seat on the Town Board. With one polls of one reporting what may be incomplete unofficial results at 9:14 p.m.: Julie Horbach with 356 votes (64%) is leading incumbent Lauren Fox with 200 votes (36%). UPDATE 10:19 p.m. — These appear to be […]

Spring election 2019: Bristol village trustee results

Early results in the Bristol village trustee race show one incumbent being returned to office joined by one newcomer. With two polls of two reporting what may be incomplete unofficial results at 8:55 p.m.: Incumbent John McCabe 716 (34%), Kristine Kordecki 704 (33%), incumbent Colleen Fisch 527 (25%), Brian K. Tym 181 (8%). The top two vote getters will fill […]

Spring election 2019: Bristol village president results

Early results in the Bristol village president race show incumbent Mike Farrell leading challenger Colleen Fisch. With two polls of two reporting what may be incomplete unofficial results at 8:55 p.m.: Farrell 737 (60%) to Fisch 484 (40%). UPDATE 10:18 p.m. — These appear to be complete unofficial results.   ShareTweet0 Shares

Spring election 2019: Bristol School Board results

In the Bristol School Board election, early results show one of two incumbents leading the votes and the other not being returned to office. At 8:47 p.m., four polls of four are reporting what may be incomplete, unofficial results as follows: Incumbent Justin Miller 642 (18%), Lauren Woolard 638 (18%), Stephanie Butenhoff 631 (18%), Sue Kratowicz, 626 (17%), David Blair, 572 (16%) and Andrew Boncher 483 […]

Spring election 2019: Paris supervisor 1 results

Early results in the race for Paris supervisor 1 show Ron Buttke leading Amanda Kurt. At 8:41 p.m., results from Kenosha County show the following totals: Buttke 325 (56%) and Kurt 252 (44%). Incumbent Ron Kammerzelt did not run for re-election. UPDATE 10:12 p.m. — These numbers appear to be complete unofficial results. Share3Tweet3 Shares

Spring election 2019: Paddock Lake village trustee results

Complete unofficial results show two incumbents and one of the new comers elected as Paddock Lake village trustees. Results from the village show the following votes totals: Incumbent Kathy Christensen 281, incumbent Gary Kaddatz 269 and Scott Garland 267. They will assume the three open seats. Finishing out of the running was Paul Kaiser with 250 […]

Spring election 2019: Paddock Lake president results

Complete unofficial results show that incumbent Paddock Lake village President Terry Burns has been returned to office. Results from the village show Burns with 313 to 185 for challenger Linda Kritikos. Burns has been village president since 2012. ShareTweet0 Shares

Spring election 2019: Paris town chairman results

Early results in the race for Paris town chairman show Plan Commission Chairman John Holloway leading former town clerk/treasurer Beverly McCumber. Incumbent Virgil Gentz did not run for re-election. At 8:20 p.m., results from Kenosha County show: Holloway 411 (69%), McCumber 180 (30%). UPDATE 10:11 p.m. — These numbers appear to be complete unofficial results. Share19Tweet19 Shares

Spring election 2019: It’s election day!

Western Kenosha County residents will be going to the polls Tuesday to vote in the 2019 spring non-partisan election. Polls throughout our area open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. Here is a list of polling places. Here is a locator at the county wesbite that will tell you where you vote based […]

Spring election 2019: Salem School District operational referendum info

Voters in the Salem School District voters will be able to vote on a non-recurring operational referendum on April 2. The board is seeking to exceed the levy limit by $1.5 million to help support the 2019-2020 budget (in addition to the $1,070,000 already authorized in a 2017 referendum), by $3 million for 2020-2021, and by […]

Spring Election 2019: Wilmot Union High School Board Q&A

Voters in the Wilmot Union High School District will be able to vote in a contested election for school board in the April 2 election. Incumbents Steve Turner and Sue Gerber are being challenged by Laurie DeMoon and Warren Regnier. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate by email. Here is their biographical information […]

Spring election 2019: Paris supervisor 1 Q&A

Voters in Paris will have a chance to vote in a contested election for supervisor 1 in the April 2 election. On the ballot will be Ron Buttke and Amanda Kurt. Incumbent Ron Kammerzelt did not run for re-election. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate by email. Here is their biographical […]

Spring election 2019: Bristol village trustee Q&A

Voters in Bristol will be able to vote in a contested election for village trustee in the April 2 election. Incumbents Colleen Fisch and John McCabe are being challenged by Kristine Kordecki and Brian Tym. Fisch also is running for village president. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate by email. Here […]

Spring Election 2019: Paddock Lake trustee Q&A

Voters in Paddock Lake will be able to vote in a contested election for village trustee in the April 2 election. Incumbents Kathy Christenson and Gary Kaddatz are being challenged by Scott Garland and Paul Kaiser. Another incumbent, Chris Kram, did not run for re-election. Three seats will be filled. The same questionnaire was submitted […]

Spring Election 2019: Randall supervisor #1 Q&A

Voters in Randall will be able to vote in a contested election for supervisor #1 in the April 2 election. Incumbent Lauren Fox is being challenged by Julie Horbach. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate by email. Here is their biographical information followed by their question responses, presented in alphabetical order: […]

Spring Election 2019: Bristol School Board candidate Q&A

Voters in the Bristol School District will be able to vote in a contested election for school board in the April 2 election. Incumbents Andrew Boncher and Justin Miller are being challenged by David Blair, Stephanie Butenhoff, Sue Kratowicz and Lauren Woolard. Four at large seats will be filled. The same questionnaire was submitted by […]

Spring Election 2019: Bristol village president Q&A

Voters in the village of Bristol will be able to vote in a contested election for village president in the April 2 election. Incumbent Mike Farrell is being challenged by Colleen Fisch, who is a current village trustee and is also running for re-election to that position. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each […]

Spring Election 2019: Paris town chairman Q&A

Voters in Paris will have the opportunity to vote in a contested election for town chairman int eh April 2 election. Vying to succeed Virgil Gentz, who did not run for re-election, will be John Holloway and Beverly McCumber. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate by email. Here is their biographical […]

Spring Election 2019: Paddock Lake village president Q&A

Voters in Paddock Lake will be able to cast a ballot in a contested village president race on April 2. Incumbent Terry Burns is being challenged by Linda Kritikos. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate by email. Here is their biographical information, followed by their question responses: Terry Burns — Age: 57. Education: BA […]

Spring election 2019: Salem School District to host Referendum Information Night/Public Forum March 14

Salem School District will host a Referendum Information Night/Public Forum as a special meeting of the Board of Education on Thursday, March 14, at 7 p.m. at the school in the Large Group Instruction Room (LGI). The goal of the meeting is to provide an opportunity for the residents/taxpayers of the Salem School District to […]

Spring election 2019: Brighton School and Central HS will have board seats decided by write-in

Voters in the Brighton School District and Westosha Central High School District will have positions on the school board likely filled by write-in votes since no one filed to run for the posts. For the Central High School board, there are two seats open. Area B – Bristol seat incumbent Steve Richter filed candidacy papers and […]

Spring election 2019: Bristol School to have contested board race

Voters in the Bristol School District will have a contested race for four school board positions on the April 2 ballot. The following six candidates filed by the Jan. 2 deadline: Incumbents Andrew Boncher and Justin Miller and newcomers Stephanie Butenhoff, David Blair, Sue Kratowicz and Lauren Woolard. Incumbent Steve Guion is not running for re-election. There will […]

Spring election 2019: Wilmot Union High School to have contested board election

Voters in the Wilmot Union High School District will be able to vote in a contested election for school board on the April 2 ballot. Four candidates have filed to fill three seats. Voters will be able to vote for up to three candidates. The three candidates with the highest vote totals will win the […]

Spring election 2019: No election contests in Salem, Paris, Wheatland, Randall, Twin Lakes, Silver Lake, Trevor-Wilmot school districts

Voters in several Western Kenosha County school districts will have uncontested races on the April 2 election ballot: Salem School — Two seats up, both three-year terms.  Two individuals filed, both incumbents: Steve Brown and Lisa Hinze. Paris School — Two seats up for election. Filing were incumbents Dennis Hrupka and Deanna Krumm. Wheatland Center School — Two board […]

Spring election 2019: Paris to have contests for chairman and supervisor no. 1

Note: This post corrected from an earlier version. — DH Paris will have contested races on the ballot in the April 2 election for two town offices where incumbents are not running for re-election. Filing candidacy papers by the Jan. 2 deadline to run for town chairman were John Holloway and Beverly McCumber. Incumbent Virgil […]

Spring election 2019: Brighton offices to be uncontested, but with mostly non-incumbents

Town of Brighton offices in the April 2 election will not be contested on the ballot and for three of the four offices filled with non incumbents. However, the positions will not be as full of newbies as that might seem at first. The lone incumbent seeking re-election is Linda Perona as clerk-treasurer. She will […]

Spring election 2019: Randall to have contest for supervisor 1

Voters in the town of Randall will be able to vote in a contested election for supervisor no. 1 in the April 2 spring election. Filing by the Jan. 2 deadline to be candidates for the supervisor no. 1 position  were incumbent Lauren Fox and challenger Julie Horbach. Unchallenged on the April ballot will be […]

Spring election 2019: No contests in spring elections for municipal posts in Salem Lakes, Twin Lakes, Wheatland

There will be no contests on the ballot for municipal offices in Salem Lakes, and Twin Lakes  in the April 2 election. In both of these cases, only the incumbents filed to be on the ballot. In Twin Lakes, running unchallenged will be President Howard Skinner, Trustee Sharon Bower, Trustee Kevin Fitzgerald, Trustee Aaron Karow and municipal judge Bruce Goodnough. […]

  • Follow us on

  • Archives