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Who's on spring ballot?

Jan. 8, 2013

The deadline to file for the spring municipal and school elections was 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2.

Most incumbents are seeking re-election, many of them with no opposition.

Notably, Vernon Town Clerk Marie Kumershek is not running again.

Here's who you can expect to see on the ballot:

Towns

Eagle

The town chairman, two supervisors and the treasurer, all serving two-year terms, are up for re-election,

Town Chairman: Bob Kwiatkowski (inc.), W360 S10545 Nature Road

Supervisor: Arvy Rasmussen (inc.), S98 W36830 Hearthwood Lane

Supervisor: Dan West (inc.), S82 W35200 Mailman Road

Town Treasurer: James Pasterski (inc.), S108 W34745 Jacks Bay Road

Mukwonago

The town chairman is running unopposed. Three candidates will run for two supervisor seats, each for two-year terms.

Chairman: Dave Dubey (inc.) W304 S10308 Lakeview Drive

Supervisors Peter Topczewski (inc.) S71 W32398 Meadow Court, and Lyle Boucher (inc.), W337 S9466 Valley View Drive, will be challenged by James Hintz, W336 S9652 Red Brae Drive.

Vernon

The town chairman, two supervisors, clerk and town treasurer seats are open. All seats are two-year terms.

Chairman: Jim Slawny, W250 S8895 Center Drive

Treasurer: Laureen Dashek (inc.), W22 6S8130 Woodview Lane

Clerk: Sandy Porter, S103 W26500 Maple Ave., Mukwonago; Karen Schuh, W243 S7490 Evergreen, Mukwonago.

Supervisor No. 2: Thomas Bird (inc.), S67 W24325 Skyline Ave.; Rodell Singert, W254 S78990 Hilo Drive

Supervisor No. 4: Bill Craig (inc.), W232 S8545 Chateau Lane; Daniel Scherbarth, W266 S7680 Olympia Court S

Villages

Big Bend

The village president and three trustee seats are open. All terms are two years.

President: James Soneberg, (inc.), S90 W22970 Rose Ave.

Trustees: Mike Conn (inc.), W228 S8850 Jackson Parkway; Ron Peterson (inc.), S91 W22935 Milwaukee Ave.; Bob Heinemann (inc.), W230 S9085 Clark St.

Eagle

Three trustee seats are open, as well as the village president position, all for two-year terms.

President: Richard Spurrell (inc.) 301 S. Street

Trustees: Greg Scheff (inc.), 325 Elkhorn Road; Lee Greenberg (inc.), 603 Spinning Wheel Court; Katy Degenhardt (inc.), 601 Spinning Wheel Court; Mark Schoessow 602 Spinning Wheel Court.

Trustee Rick Block vacated his seat, which will be filled by appointment at a future board meeting per State Statutes.

Mukwonago

Village president and three trustee seats are open. All terms are two years.

President: Fred Winchowky (inc.), 520 Fox St.

Trustees: James Decker (inc.), 1138 Eastern Trail; Mark Penzkover (inc.), 659 Plank Road; Michael Sellenheim (inc.), 450 Highway E Unit 1; Elliot Bakst, 1212 Western Trail

North Prairie

The village president position will be on the spring ballot as well as three trustee seats, all for two-year terms.

Incumbent Deborah Hall, 404 Karin Drive, is seeking re-election and will square off against Joe Hoelkinger, 220 Cypress Point.

David Stellpflug (inc.), 603 Karin Drive

Donna Samuels (inc.), 515 Karin Drive

Brian Peters (inc.), 232 Crooked Stick Pass

Schools

Mukwonago

Three incumbents will run unopposed for three-year terms to the board of education.

Joanne Newberry (West Region seat), W346 S6515 Roy Martin Drive, Eagle

Todd Clemens (at-large seat), 410 Highway NN East, Unit 8, Mukwonago

Mary D'Armour (Central seat), S85 W30990 Stonegate Drive, Mukwonago

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