Wisconsin voters will choose a Supreme Court justice, the superintendent of public instruction, and municipal and school board races Tuesday.
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The ballot will include two statewide races. Incumbent Supreme Court Justice Pat Roggensack is opposed by Marquette University Prof. Ed Fallone. Incumbent Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers is opposed by state Rep. Don Pridemore (R–Hartford).
Iowa–Grant School District voters will decide on a referendum to exceed state revenue caps for three years (see story, page 2A).
City of Platteville voters will decide two Common Council races. At-large Ald. Steve Becker is opposed by Michael Denn, who finished first in the three-way primary, and write-in candidate Zan Shields. District 1 Ald. Mike Dalecki, the council president, is opposed by Barb Stockhausen.
Villages: Village of Potosi President Frank Fiorenza is opposed by challenger Jack Mest (see story, page 3A). The race for three Village Board positions includes incumbents Arlyn Weber, Joyce Weber and Tom Droessler and challenger Karen Marie Pitzen for two-year terms.
Village of Dickeyville President Tammy Kunkel is being opposed by village trustee Becky Kienzli for a two-year term. Two incumbents, Kienzli and Don Schultz, and Matthew Gantenbein are running for the three two-year Village Board seats. Incumbent Amy Ginter is not running for reelection.
School boards: The Iowa–Grant School Board has four seats up for election, but one — Area 1, Linden — has no candidate after incumbent Peggy Barton filed a declaration of noncandidacy. The Area 2 seat, in Cobb, will have two challengers, Renee Linscheid and Shawn Meuer, after incumbent Kris Meuer also filed a declaration of noncandidacy. The Area 6 seat, Montfort and Livingston at large, has one candidate, Fred Divall, after incumbent Brian Nodolf filed for noncandidacy.
Two incumbents and two challengers will run for three seats on the Potosi School Board. Incumbents Craig Bierman and Peggy Udelhoven are opposed by challengers Stephen Pluemer and Tricia Reuter for three-year terms. Incumbent Patty Post is not running for reelection.
The Belmont School Board has one announced candidate for its two available seats. Incumbent Shawn Dailey is running, but incumbent Jared Reuter filed a declaration of non-candidacy, and no other candidate filed to run. The top write-in candidate April 2 will get the other available school board seat.