On the ballot Tuesday: State Supreme Court justice, Dane County Circuit Court, Madison School Board and dozens of other local races and referendums.
Six candidates — including three incumbents — are vying for two three-year terms and one one-year term on the Evansville School Board in Tuesday’s election. Incumbent David Hamilton did not respond to requests for responses. (I) indicates incumbent.
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There are two positions up for election in the Spring Green-based River Valley School District in the April 3 election. There are two candidates for each position. (I) indicates incumbent.
Sun Prairie, one of the fastest growing school districts in Wisconsin, has three candidates seeking two seats on the Sun Prairie School Board in the April 3 election. The positions are three-year terms. (I) indicates incumbent.
Three candidates are vying for two seats on the Verona School Board in the April 3 election. The district is one of the fastest growing districts in the state and is in the midst of building a new high school. (I) indicates incumbent.
Four candidates are vying for three seats on the Columbus School Board in the April 3 election. The candidates include an incumbent, a nurse practitioner with children enrolled in the district, a speech-language pathologist working in another school district and a retired state employee with…
Three incumbents and two challengers are vying for three seats on the Mazomanie Village Board in the April 3 election. The term is for two years. Incumbent Ray Schlamp did not respond to requests to participate, and candidate Roger Degnan declined to participate.
Five candidates are vying for three seats on the Waunakee Village Board in the April 3 election. The terms are for two years. The three incumbents — Bill Ranum, Stephen Kraus and Gary Herzberg — declined to send information to the Wisconsin State Journal.
Two Marshall Village Board trustees with a variety of public-service experience are vying for the open president post on the board in the April 3 election. The term is for three years.
Two veteran lawyers are running to become the new judge for Dane County Circuit Court Branch 1 in the April 3 election. The winner would take over for Timothy Samuelson, who was appointed to the bench in June by Gov. Scott Walker but decided not to run for election. Samuelson succeeded Circu…
Two candidates with extensive public service backgrounds are vying for the Area V seat on the Middleton-Cross Plains School Board in the April 3 election. The term is for three years. (I) indicates incumbent.
Two candidates — an incumbent with a passion for inclusive classrooms and a newcomer with a top-tier City Hall resume — are vying for one seat on the Madison School Board on April 3. The term is for three years. (I) indicates incumbent.
Four candidates are seeking to fill three seats on the Monona Grove School Board, including an incumbent, a former school board member, a Madison teacher and a military veteran. Each seat has a three-year term. The election is April 3. (I) indicates incumbent.
Dane County Sup. Al Matano, a longtime representative of District 11, is facing a challenge in the April 3 election from Kelly Danner, who has not held elected office but is not a newcomer to public service. (I) indicates incumbent.
Steven Peters, a state Assembly research assistant, and Brent Renteria, an information technology worker, are vying for the District 15 seat on the Dane County Board, currently held by Sup. Ronn Ferrell, in the April 3 election.