Mehn, Wisnicky to compete for Kewaunee County judge
Keith A. Mehn and Jeff Wisnicky will face each other in the race for Kewaunee County Circuit Court judge in the April election.
In unofficial results, Mehn had 1,564 votes, Wisnicky had 1,093 and Andrew Naze had 817.
Kewaunee County voters also voted for Justice of the Supreme Court, casting 1693 votes for Rebecca G. Bradley, 1149 votes for JoAnne F. Kloppenburg and 568 for Joe Donald. Statewide, Bradley received 251,823 or 45 percent of the vote, Kloppenburg 243,190 or 43 percent and Donald 68,373 or 12 percent.
Bradley and Kloppenburg will face off in the April election.
In the Denmark School District election, Julie Lemmens, Tammy Sommer, Timothy Stedl and Dan Ullman will run in the April 5 election for two seats, each serving a three-year term.
In the primary Ullman led all candidates with 288 votes, followed by Sommer, with 246; Lemmens, with 237; and Stedl, with 228 votes.
Derek Rosek and Kevin Shefchik were eliminated, with 156 and 133 votes, respectively.
Kewaunee County votes were Lemmens 34, Stedl 25, Ullman 24, Sommer 19, Rosek 10, and Shefchik 21.
This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press Gazette: Mehn, Wisnicky to compete for Kewaunee County judge