Thursday, January 11, 2018

Pending any appeals, it looks like we're down to 8 contested county board races in Kenosha County

Five bidding for council, county board seats denied ballot access.  (Kenosha News, 1/9/2018)
The decisions have denied ballot access to candidates Jesse Downing and Greg Bennett Jr., who filed to run for City Council, and Thomas R. Harland, Todd L. Jacobs and Harold “Butch” Smith, who are seeking supervisor seats on the County Board.  
Kenosha County Clerk Mary Kubicki similarly found errors in Harland and Smith’s nominating papers, leading her to deny them ballot access. Because she is married to Ed Kubicki, the incumbent board supervisor for the Sixth District, she recused herself from the decision on Jacobs’ ballot access. Jacobs has filed to run against Kubicki. 

Original 1/9/2018 post, "11 of 23 seats on the Kenosha County Board of Supervisors contested in April election", starts here.

The currrent board is comprised of 18 white men, 4 white women, and 1 African-American man.

Few primaries in spring election.  (Kenosha News, 1/2/2018)

First names of all candidates who are running -- incumbents, challengers, as well as those in open seat races.
  • William
  • Terry
  • Jeffrey
  • Scott 
  • Michael
  • David
  • Thomas
  • Edwar d
  • Todd
  • Dayvin
  • Harold
  • Steve
  • Zach
  • John 
  • Andy
  • Ronald
  • Gabe
  • John
  • Boyd
  • Greg
  • Daniel
  • Jeff
  • Michael
  • John
  • Mark
  • Norman
  • Bruce
  • Dennis
  • Mark
And then there's...
  • Leah
  • Katie
  • Monica
  • Amy 
  • Erin

Related post:
Meet the only member of the Douglas County Board of Supervisor facing a challenger in the April election.  (1/7/2018)

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