Nomination papers circulating for municipal spring elections
By Press Times Staff
BROWN COUNTY – The process to run this spring for various local municipal offices has begun.
As of Dec. 1, candidates running for non-partisan municipal offices this spring were allowed to begin circulating nomination papers, which are due back to their respective municipal clerks by 5 p.m. Jan. 5.
The spring general election is set for Tuesday, April 7.
Any races where primaries will be necessary to reduce the field of candidates will be held Tuesday, Feb. 16.
In the Village of Bellevue, the office of village president now held by Steve Soukup is up for a three-year term.
Soukup has taken out nomination papers, as has a challenger, Jackie Krull.
The two-year terms of two of Bellevue’s four at-large trustees – Dave Kaster and Adam Gauthier – also are up for election this spring. Both have taken out nomination papers.
In the Village of Ashwaubenon, the three trustees appointed to the board this year will have their seats up for election to new three-year terms. They include Jay Krueger (Wards 7-8), Steve Kubacki (Wards 9-10) and Tracy Flucke (Wards 11-12).
In the Village of Howard, four of the eight trustee seats will be up for new two-year terms with those positions currently held by Maria Lasecki (Wards 1-2), Chris Nielsen (Wards 3-4), Adam Lemorande (Wards 13-14, 18) and Craig McAllister (Wards 15-17).
Howard’s municipal judge position, currently held by Brian Stevens, will be up for a new four-year term.
In the Village of Suamico, the two at-large trustee seats currently held by Dan Roddan and Michelle Eckert will be up for new three-year terms.
In the Village of Hobart, the two at-large trustee seats held by Tim Carpenter and Dave Dillenburg are up for new two-year terms. They face a challenge from Vanya Koepke, who has taken out nomination papers.
In the Village of Allouez, the three at-large trustee seats held by Rob Atwood, Penny Dart and Lynn Green will be up for new three-year terms.
Allouez’s municipal judge position, currently held by Bob Dennis, will be up for a new four-year term.
In the City of De Pere, four of the eight common council seats will be up for new two-year terms. Those seats are currently held by Amy Chandik Kundinger (First District), Jonathon Hansen (Second District), Dean Raasch (Third District) and Casey Nelson (Fourth District).
The City of Green Bay, where all 12 alderpersons were elected in April to new two-year terms and Mayor Eric Genrich was elected in April 2019 to a four-year term, won’t have any races next spring for the common council.