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US Supreme Court ruling means absentee ballots due to be delivered or postmarked by Tuesday

The US Supreme Court has ruled against an extension of when absentee ballots in Wisconsin’s spring election can be received. The court ruled that all absentee ballots have to be delivered or postmarked by April 7. More details here from madison365. Share16Tweet16 Shares

Spring Election 2020: Twin Lakes trustee candidates info

Voters in Twin Lakes will be able to vote in a contested race for village trustee on April 7 (or earlier with absentee voting). There are three at-large seats open. Four candidates will be on the ballot. Due to logistical problems we encountered, instead of our usual questionnaire, we are presenting biographies of each candidate […]

Spring Election 2020: Randall Consolidated School Board candidates Q&A

Voters in the Randall Consolidated School District will be able to vote in a contested race for school board on April 7 (or earlier with absentee voting). There are two at-large seats open. Three candidates will be on the ballot. Neither of the incumbents filed to run for re-election. The same questionnaire was submitted by […]

Spring Election 2020: Randall town supervisor #4 candidates Q&A

Voters in Randall will be able to vote in a contested race for Randall town supervisor #4 on April 7 (or earlier with absentee voting). The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate by email. Here in alphabetical order is their biographical information, followed by their question responses: Share2Tweet2 Shares

Spring Election 2020: Randall town supervisor #2 candidates Q&A

Voters in Randall will be able to vote in a contested race for Randall supervisor #2 on April 7 (or earlier with absentee voting). The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate, by email or by mail. Here in alphabetical order is their biographical information, followed by their question responses: Share6Tweet6 Shares

Salem Lakes clerk shares in-person voting preparation

Wondering how in-person voting might be changed by COVID-19 concerns? In the following video, Salem Lakes village Clerk Shannon Hahn shares some of the preparation and techniques that will be used in that village for in-person voting next week: Share29Tweet29 Shares

Spring Election 2020: Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District Board candidates Q&A

Voters in the Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District will be able to cast a ballot in a contested school board race on April 7 (or earlier with absentee voting). There are two at-large seats and four candidates. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate, by email or by mail. Here in alphabetical order is […]

Spring Election 2020: Salem School District candidates Q&A

Voters in the Salem School District will be able to cast a ballot in a contested school board race on April 7 (or earlier with absentee voting). There are two seats to be filled, a one-year term and a three-year term. There are three candidates. The candidate with the most votes will fill the three-year term […]

Spring Election 2020: Central High School District of Westosha Board-Salem Seat candidates Q&A

Voters in the Central High School District of Westosha will be able to cast a ballot in a contested school board race on April 7 (or earlier with absentee voting). There is one contested seat representing Salem. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate, by email or by mail. Here in alphabetical order […]

Spring Election 2020: Wheatland J1 School District Board candidates Q&A

Voters in Wheatland J1 School District will be able to cast a ballot in a contested school board race on April 7 (or earlier with absentee voting). There are two at-large seats open. The candidates with the two highest vote totals will win the seats. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate, by […]

Spring Election 2020: Bristol village trustee candidates Q&A

Voters in Bristol will be able to cast a ballot in a contested village trustee race on April 7. There are two at-large seats open. The candidates with the two highest vote totals will win the seats. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate, by email or by mail. Here in alphabetical order is their […]

Spring Election 2020: County supervisor District 22 candidates Q&A

Voters in county board District 22 will be able to cast a ballot in a contested county supervisor race on April 7. The 22nd District includes most of Wheatland, part of western Brighton, the northwest corner of Salem Lakes, including Silver Lake and part of Randall. (see map above). The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate, […]

Spring Election 2020: County supervisor District 20 candidates Q&A

Voters in county board District 20 will be able to cast a ballot in a contested county supervisor race on April 7. The 20th District includes Paddock Lake and part of Salem (see map above). The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to each candidate, by email or by mail. Here in alphabetical order is their biographical information, followed […]

Changes announced for Paddock Lake absentee voting

The following changes to hours at village hall absentee voting in Paddock Lake have been announced by Clerk Michelle Shramek: The Paddock Lake village office will be open for in person absentee voting Monday – Friday from 1-4 p.m. For a absentee ballot by mail residents can request one by going to MYVOTE.wi.gov. Or send a […]

Spring Election 2020: County supervisor District 18 candidates Q&A

Voters in county board district 18 will be able to cast a ballot in a contested county supervisor race on April 7 (or by absentee voting before then). The 18th District includes much of Bristol in Western Kenosha County (see map above). The rest of the district is in Pleasant Prairie. The same questionnaire was submitted by westofthei.com to […]

Spring Election 2020: It’s Primary Election Day!

It’s Spring Primary Election Day today for non-partisan offices. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wheatland residents will be able to vote in a referendum regarding whether the town should build a $3.8 million station for the Town of Wheatland Fire Department. Statewide there is a primary for Supreme Court justice. Note: […]

Salem Lakes to use just one polling place for Feb. 18 primary election

Salem Lakes will use just a single polling for place for the Feb. 18 primary election, in anticipation of low turnout, the village announced Monday. From a news release distributed Monday: Salem Lakes Village Clerk Shannon Hahn wants to make sure all voters in the village are aware that all voting for the February 18th […]

Spring election 2020: Four of six county supervisor districts with contests

Four of the six County Board supervisory district seats that include parts of Western Kenosha County will have contested races in the spring election ballot. Candidates filing by the Tuesday deadline were (by district): District 18 — Incumbent Monica Yuhas of Pleasant Prairie and challenger former supervisor Jill Gillmore of Bristol. District 19 — Incumbent […]

Spring election 2020: Village races uncontested in Salem Lakes, Paddock Lake

The spring election ballots in Salem Lakes and Paddock Lake will show uncontested races for village trustee in both municipalities. Salem Lakes also will have an uncontested race for municipal judge. In Salem Lakes, incumbents Dennis Faber, Ron Gandt and Bill Hopkins were the only people who filed to run for three seats. For municipal […]

Spring election 2020: Bristol to have contested election for trustee

Bristol voters will have a contested election for village trustee on the spring election ballot. Three people filed candidacy papers by Tuesday’s deadline. They are: incumbents Ruth Atwood and Carolyn Owens and newcomer Chris Leker. The candidate with the top two vote totals will fill the two available seats. This year’s spring election is April […]

Spring election 2020: Randall to have contested elections for supervisor seats

Randall voters will see contested elections for supervisor #2 and supervisor #4 in the spring election. Two candidates filed for each of the seats by Tuesday’s deadline. Candidates for supervisor #2 are: Paula A. Soderman and Ron Peterson. Both are newcomers. Incumbent Robert Gehring died last month. Candidates for supervisor #4 are : Incumbent Mark […]

Spring election 2020: Contest for village trustee in Twin Lakes

Twin Lakes voters will have a contested village trustee election to vote in this spring. Three incumbents and one challenger filed candidacy papers by Tuesday’s deadline. They are: Incumbents Barb Andres, Jeremy Knoll and Tom Connolly and newcomer Bill Kaskin will appear on the April 7 election ballot. The candidates with the three highest vote totals […]

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 […]

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