Election results for April 6

 

The following are preliminary local election results from Tuesday, April 6. The results are not official until the completion of the canvasses on April 8.

LOCAL CONTESTED RACES

(an asterisk denotes the winners)

• Royall School Board (two spots) — Marie Vitcenda, 578*; Doug Waterman, 461*; Kristine Howe, 273; and Raye Walz, 158

Breakdown by municipality

◊ City of Elroy — Walz, 26; Waterman, 150; Howe, 78; and Vitcenda, 185

◊ Town of Clifton — Walz, 10; Waterman, 22; Howe, 18; and Vitcenda, 28

◊ Town of Fountain — Walz, 0; Waterman, 0; Howe, 3; and Vitcenda, 8

◊ Town of Glendale — Walz, 63; Waterman, 82; Howe, 50; and Vitcenda, 101

◊ Town of Hillsboro — Walz, 0; Waterman, 5; Howe, 3; and Vitcenda, 8

◊ Town of Plymouth — Walz, 24; Waterman, 108; Howe, 47; and Vitcenda, 123

◊ Town of Wellington — Walz, 2; Waterman, 10; Howe, 12; and Vitcenda, 12

◊ Town of Wilton — Walz, 2; Waterman, 4; Howe, 3; and Vitcenda, 1

◊ Town of Wonewoc — Walz, 12; Waterman, 30; Howe, 16; and Vitcenda, 37

◊ Village of Kendall — Walz, 19; Waterman, 50; Howe, 46; and Vitcenda, 83

• Kendall Village Board (three trustee spots plus president position) — President Richard Martin, 91*; Michael Crneckiy, 72*; Marlin Prell, 65*; Lee Wyttenbach, 55*; Billy Solchenberger, 48; and John Young, 38

• Wilton Village Board (three trustee spots plus president position) — President Becky Hahn, 63*; Sid Thayer, 71*; Eli Yoder, 65*, Tim Welch, 60*; Jamie Evans, 23; and Eric Hahn, 20

• Town of Glendale (chair plus two supervisor spots) — Chair Raye Walz (unopposed), 97*, with scattering, 24; Steve Murray, 91*; Brian Hyer, 77*; Steven Zirk, 74; and Tommy Rafajko, 52

• Town of Sheldon (chair plus two supervisor positions, treasurer and clerk) — Chair Leroy Baldwin, 42*; supervisor candidates Kenny Schmitz, 44*, Mark Calhoun, 34*, and Edwin Hochstetler, 12; clerk Deb Ferries, 44*; and treasurer Judy Nofsinger, 46*

LOCAL UNCONTESTED RACES

• Norwalk-Ontario-Wilton School Board (two spots) — Incumbents Justin Arndt and Kevin Bauman ran unopposed.

• Village of Ontario — President Mark Smith, 35; trustee Mike Parr, 41; trustee Jamie DeWitt, 34; and trustee John Hansen, 35

• Village of Norwalk  — President Levi Helgren, 54; trustee Chad Marti, 55; trustee Christy DeWitt, 59; and trustee Kim Nofsinger, 55

• Town of Clifton — Chair Tom Trepes, 69; supervisor Kevin Cook, 65; supervisor Dennis Boeder, 70; treasurer Christine Woggon, 65; and clerk Mary Cook, 64

Town of Ridgeville — Chair Keith Giraud, 72; supervisor Ron Luethe, 73; supervisor Jerry Haney, 72; clerk Rita Williams, 77; and treasurer Kathy Cale, 76

• Town of Wellington — Chair Gerry Miller, 67; supervisor Doug Birkholz, 64; and supervisor Donnie Pasch, 64

• Town of Wilton — Chair Chris Chambers, 41; supervisor Jan Brandau, 41; supervisor Travis Woods, 42; and treasurer Dawn Pingel, 43

SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

• Village of Kendall — Jill Underly, 54; and Deborah Kerr, 48

• Village of Norwalk — Jill Underly, 28; and Deborah Kerr, 35

• Village of Ontario — Jill Underly, 22; and Deborah Kerr, 18

• Village of Wilton — Jill Underly, 55; and Deborah Kerr, 26

• Town of Clifton — Jill Underly, 46; and Deborah Kerr, 32

• Town of Forest — Jill Underly, 34; and Deborah Kerr, 40

• Town of Glendale — Jill Underly, 77; and Deborah Kerr, 80

• Town of Ridgeville — Jill Underly, 54; and Deborah Kerr, 30

• Town of Sheldon — Jill Underly, 18; and Deborah Kerr, 26

• Town of Wellington — Jill Underly, 44; and Deborah Kerr, 21

• Town of Whitestown — Jill Underly, 35; and Deborah Kerr, 42

• Town of Wilton — Jill Underly, 26; and Deborah Kerr, 18

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