The Spring Election will be held on April 3, with the following offices to be elected in Washington County: Justice of the Supreme Court; Circuit Court Judge – Branch 4; County Board Supervisors; Municipal Offices; Silver Lake Sanitary District Commissioner; and School District Offices.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman announced earlier this year that he would not see a second term in April. Among those up for reelection this spring are: Andrew Gonring, who is circuit court judge for Branch 4; Michael Otten, supervisor for the Town of Kewaskum; and Michael Parsons, supervisor for the Town of Farmington.
Gerald Schulz will not seek re-election as supervisor for the towns of Wayne and Barton. In the Village of Kewaskum, terms are up for trustees Richard Laubach, Richard Knoebel and Dave Zehren. Zehren has announced that he will not seek re-election.
Kewaskum School Board members Jim Leister and Mark Sette have both filed paperwork to run again. Anyone interested in running for county supervisors should file paperwork with the county clerk.
To run for a trustee position with the Village of Kewaskum, visit Village Hall or go to the Village Clerk page on the village w e b s i t e , www.village.kewaskum.wi. us.To run for the Kewaskum School Board, paperwork can be accessed in the district office or on the Board of Education page on the school district’s website, www.kewaskumschools.or g. Candidates have until 5 p.m. on January 2 to turn in appropriate paperwork with the county, village or school district.