Local elections are TuesdayThe spring general election is Tuesday, April 7. Polls open at 7 a.m. in all municipalities and close at 8 p.m. In the Hudson area there are a number of local races.
The spring general election is Tuesday, April 7. Polls open at 7 a.m. in all municipalities and close at 8 p.m.
In the Hudson area there are a number of local races.
In the town of Hudson, incumbent chair Jeff Johnson is being challenged by Gregg White. Supervisor races include incumbent Tim Foster being challenged by David Bartizal, and former supervisor Kernon Bast faces newcomer Todd Mullinax.
In the town of St. Joseph, town chair Theresa Johnson is being challenged by Kevin Adkins, and supervisor Kevin Moelter is being challenged by Ted Anderson.
In the town of Troy, Chuck Struemke and incumbent Mel Hermansen are vying for a constable post.
All candidates running in the city of Hudson, village of North Hudson and Hudson School Board are unopposed.
On the state level, there is a race for the Supreme Court with newcomer Randy Koschnick challenging incumbent Shirley Abrahamson. In the race for state superintendent of public instruction candidates, Rose Fernandez and Tony Evers are newcomers.
For sample ballots and complete election information, see the insert in this week’s Star-Observer.