Shawn Siebold outpolled two other candidates to win a term on the West Kewaunee Board on Tuesday, succeeding the late Arnold J. Van Goethem, who died Feb. 17.
Siebold received 83 write-in votes Tuesday to 52 for Milt Swagel and 50 for Sue Weisser.
In other spring election news:
Steve Doell was elected Montpelier town treasurer, 178-37 over Lisa M. Webster.
Jason Carviou, incumbent Jack Seidl, and Lori L. Hurley were elected to the Luxemburg Village Board; Michael Bonk placed fourth. The tally showed Seidl with 150 to Carviou 121, Hurley 115 and Bonk 72.
Kewaunee Alderman Jeff Dworak, who wasn’t on the ballot for re-election (neither was anyone else), was re-elected anyway as a write-in candidate with 16 votes on a very quiet Election Day. George Orr and Kurt Johnson received two votes each.
Town of Franklin voters in the Denmark School District voted for incumbent Paula Larsen (78) and newcomer Katie Rabenhorst (60), followed by Mark D. Heim Sr. (45) and Joe Terrien (42). They also voted in favor of the Denmark school referendum question, 85-37 for question 1 and 89-31 for question 2. Larsen, Rabenhorst and the referenda won the entire school district, as well.
In the only statewide contest, county voters favored state Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers for a third term over challenger by a margin of 1,266 to 616.