Brown County Board races will have three primaries
By Press Times Staff
BROWN COUNTY – Enough candidates filed nomination papers by the Tuesday, Jan. 4 deadline to hold three primaries for County Board seats up for election this spring.
Three candidates filed in Districts 4, 5 and 7. The field will be reduced to two Feb. 15.
In District 4, where Lindsay Dorff announced she is not running for another two-year term, Sherrelle Schmidt, Noah Reif and Emily Jacobson will face off.
Jacobson is vacating her District 5 seat due to redistricting.
The three candidates to square off in a primary for District 5 include Robert Maccaux, Jr., Liv Miller and Daniel Theno.
In District 7, incumbent Tom Friberg will be in a primary against Leanne Cramer and Roger Patrick Moore.
The top two primary vote-getters advance to the April 5 general election.
Of the remaining 23 County Board races, 10 will be contested in April.
In District 1, where Tom Sieber isn’t running again, Ronald Antonneau and Tristan Kendrick face each other.
In District 14, Joan Brusky isn’t seeking reelection. Barbara Avery and Deborah Lynn are running to replace her.
In District 19, Cassandra Erickson is leaving after one term in office. Mike LaBouve and Jessica Lynne Adams are running for the seat.
•District 2, Thomas De Wane and Rachel Maes.
•District 3, Amanda Chu and Andy Nicholson.
•District 6, Kathy Lefebvre and Steve Campbell.
•District 8, Megan Borchardt and Kimber Rollin.
•District 15, James Murphy and Morgan Fuller.
•District 20, Devon Coenen and Mark Berndt.
•District 22, Tom Peters and Kenneth Mika.
The 13 incumbents who face no opposition include:
•Patrick Evans (District 9).
•John Vander Leest (District 10).
•Patrick Buckley (District 11).
•Dave Landwehr (District 12).
•Norbert Dantinne (District 13).
•David Kaster (District 16).
•John Van Dyke (District 17) .
•Patrick Hopkins (District 18).
•Randy Schultz (District 21).
•Ray Suennen (District 23).
•Richard Schadewald (District 24).
•Tom Lund (District 25).
•Keith Deneys (District 26).