Spring Election In Wisconsin Tuesday

Joanna Estrada
April 3, 2018

To fill the Treasurer's position on the Board of Commissioners of Public Lands, the Lieutenant Governor would serve as the third member of that Board.

In northwestern Wisconsin, there are city council races in Superior and Ashland, a mayoral race in Washburn, school board races in Superior and Spooner, and a few contested county board races in every county. A "no" vote would retain the constitutional office of the Treasurer under Article VI.

There is one statewide race for Supreme Court between Judge Michael Screnock and Judge Rebecca Dallet, and a referendum to determine the future of the state treasurer. Countywide, voters will elect village board representatives and decide who will represent them on the county board. In the 9th District, incumbent Keith Kern faces a challenge from Jessica Peterson.

There will be a special election in the 6th District where Tylor Elm, who was appointed to the post previous year, faces Martina Tendrup. They will also vote for Joe Simonich, who is running unopposed for another term on the Hurley School Board.

Residents in the town of Springstead will be casting ballots for an at-large seat on the Chequamegon School District Board, where Ed Kane is facing off against Michelle Schmidt.

In Solon Springs, three candidates - Doug Nagle, Greg Runions and Sean McCuskey - are vying for two seats on the town board. Visit bringit.wisconsin.gov to make sure you have the right ID.

In Sheboygan County, Voters have a number of issues on the ballot.

Voters in the 1st and 3rd districts in Superior cast ballots at Central Assembly of God Church, 3000 Hammond Ave.; 2nd and 4th districts at Zion Lutheran Church, 2022 E. Second St.; and 6th and 10th districts at the Salvation Army, 916 Hughitt Ave.

You can ask for AND vote with a provisional ballot.

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