Village, town, school candidates begin circulating papers

Ozaukee Press Staff

As of Saturday, Dec. 1, candidates were allowed to begin circulating nomination papers for Grafton village, town and school board positions up for election in April.

Candidacy papers are due to the respective municipal or school district offices by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2.

In the Village of Grafton, the seats currently held by Village President Jim Brunnquell and trustees Dave Antoine, Tom Krueger and John Gassert are up for election. Trustees have three-year terms.

Nomination papers can be picked up and dropped off at Village Hall, 860 Badger Cir.

In the Town of Grafton, seats held by Town Chairman Lester Bartel and supervisors Paul Melotik and Karron Stockwell are up for election. Supervisors hold two-year seats.

Nomination papers can be picked up and dropped off at Town Hall, 1230 11th Ave.

In the Grafton School District, the seats held by School Board members Mark Koehler and Jo Maehl are up for election for three-year terms.

Paperwork for school seats can be obtained and dropped off at the district office, 1900 Washington St.

Declaration of candidacy for incumbents and campaign registration forms are also available.

If a primary election is necessary — in which more than two people per seat are running — it will be held Tuesday, Feb. 19.

Incumbents who do not seek re-election must file non-candidacy papers by 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 21. If they fail to do so, the deadline for nomination papers is extended by three days.



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