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Two School Districts Pass Funding Referendums


Two school districts passed funding referendums Tuesday. Goodman-Armstrong Creek voters approved a referendum by a margin of 316-219. $750,000 a year for three years.

Laona school district voters approved a $559,000 for four year referendum by a margin of 253-124. 

Crandon School Board(top 4)

Sadie Montgomery  776

John Doane  751
Bryan Schallock 730
Jeff Ackley Jr. 715
Skye Alloway  452

Goodman-Armstrong Creek School Board (top 2)
Timothy Barribeau -     284
Laura Klescewski -      274 
Stanley David Millan - 202 
Scott Goode -             164 
Lac du Flambeau school board

Gary Smith - 52.5% (423 votes)
Brittany Allen - 47.5% (383 votes)


Justice of the Supreme Court Vote for 1 (too close to call-about 50%-recount likely)

Brian Hagedorn

Lisa Neubauer

Municipal (contested)

Town of Lake Tomahawk Town Board Supervisor Vote for not more than 2

Stephanie M. Sowatzka 145

Larry Hoffman 141

Kevin Raymond 115

Minocqua Town Board Supervisor(2)

Sue Heil 626 

John Thompson 536
Ryan Domaszek -436 
Will Tippett - 305 

Town of Pelican

Town Board Supervisor

Vote for not more than 2

Walter Dahlquist Jr.  332

James L. Cates  163

David Hollands 337

Town of Schoepke Town Clerk Vote for 1

Julie Taylor 99

Kristine Zelechowski  39

Town of Three Lakes (wards 1-4) Chairperson Vote for 1

Jeff Bruss  633

Brian Slizewski 132

Three Lakes Sanitary District Sanitary District Commissioner (Part of Ward 3) Vote for 1 Write-In Ben Bonack 12 votes

Town of Woodruff

Town Treasurer Vote for 1 Melanie Litter write-in winner

School District Elcho School District School Board Member at Large Vote for not more than 2

Mary G. Moore  512*

Brenda Riemer  396

Ann Mas  473*

Rocky Siemers  329

M-H-L-T (Minocqua J1) School Board Member Vote for not more than 2

Lynn Redenbaugh 975

Christine Seidel   986

Will Tippett   618

School District of Rhinelander School Board Member Vote for not more than 3 

Judy Conlin  2089

Andy Kranz 1072

Mary Peterson  2297

Ronald Lueneburg   1761

Dennis OBrien  1493

Three Lakes School District School Board Member Vote for not more than 2

Jeff Welk 574

Terry McCloskey 716

Kari L. Volk876

Referendum Town of Newbold Question: Should the Town of Newbold request that the Wisconsin legislature create a nonpartisan procedure for the preparation of legislative and congressional redistricting plans?




Vilas races - Eagle River mayor

Jeff Hyslop  201

Natalie Spiess  152

Town of Washington Supervisor

Carole Linn 291

Keith Numrich 258

Russell Oberg  156

Town of Lincoln Supervisor

Bob McDonald  331

Scott Nordstrom   230

Town of St. Germain Chair

Tom Christiansen  376

John Vojta(write-in)  284

Supervisor Doug Olson 412

Tim Clark  281

Town of Plum Lake Supervisor

Katie Mortag  117

Vernon Wiggenhauser  159

Town of Cloverland

Mike Gough 132

Ben Ulrich  109

Town of Boulder Junction Supervisor

Laura Bertch  275

Charlie Spencer  54

Denny McGann   189

James Galoway  315

Johnson 117

Clerk-Treasurer Daniel Driscoll  285

Kendra Moraczewski  217

Town of Lac du Flambeau Chair

Matthew Gaulke 472

Carl Edwards 379

Lac du Flambeau town board

Gloria Cobb 401
Chris Meyer 358 

Bill MCCutchin -353
William "Bill" Stone Sr. -340
Lac du Flambeau treasurer
Irene Messinger 455 
Stacy Stone - 333

Winchester town chair
Joseph Discianno  115
Sulo Wainio 65 
Winchester town supervisor
Galen Brownewell 147
Sulo Wainio  72
Joseph Osfar  33

Forest County

Crandon School Board Vote for 4

Jeff Ackley Jr

Kadie Montgomery

Skye Alloway

Bryan Schallock

John Doane

Forest county

Town of Lincoln

Lynne Black  148

Jason Headson  135

Hiles Town Board Supervisor(2)

Doris Lovrine  230

Brian Bukovic  85

Mark Ferris  87

Goodman-Armstrong Creek School Ref. Shall the School Board of the Goodman-Armstrong Creek School District be authorized to exceed the revenue limit under Section 121.91 of the Wisconsin Statutes by an amount of $750,000 each year for a period of three years on a non-recurring basis, beginning with the 2019-20 school year and ending with the 2021-22 school year, for the purpose of paying District operation and maintenance costs as provided in the foregoing resolution?

Yes  316

No 219

Langlade County


Supervisor - Paul Gray - 283, Jeff McKinney (incumbent) - 269, Ryan Siemers (incumbent) - 155 Top 2 win

Clerk - Jess Olenski - winner- 297, Christine Feliciano - 109