Only Few Dodge County Communities Voting In Spring Primary Election

(Dodge County) Only a few Dodge County communities will be heading to the polls for today’s spring primary election. On the Dodge County Board, incumbent Nancy Kavazanjian is being challenged by Jeanne Steiner and Donald Lunak Sr. The District 5 seat consists of wards three through five in the town of Beaver Dam.

Three newcomers are squaring off for the District 19 seat: Paul Conway, Anthony Mau, and Beth Huber. That seat consists of the town of Emmet and Wards two and three in the town of Lebanon. The top two vote getters in both Dodge County Board races will go onto the April 5th ballot.

There are seven names on the ballot for the Columbus School District primary: Joseph Hammer, Mike O’Brien, Michelle Stark, Corey Ohlson-Rappe, Adam Pulver, Martha Rule, and Chris Roelke. Only those who live in Ward one in the town of Calamus, Wards one and two in the town of Elba, Ward two in the town of Lowell, and Ward one in the town of Portland should head the polls. The top four vote getters in the Columbus race will move on to the spring election.

Wards two through four in the town of Ashippun, Wards one through three in the town of Rubicon, and Ward 11 in the city of Hartford will vote for either Tristan Johannes, Andy Hughes, or Louise Schrunk in the Hartford Joint Number One School District. The top two vote getters will move on.

The top four vote getters between Craig Westfall, Heather Barrie, Nolan Jackett, Jonathan Lobert, Tina Pridemore, and Don Pridemore will move on to the spring ballot for a seat on the Hartford Union School District board. Those voting in that primary include Wards two through four in the town of Ashippun, Wards one and two in the town of Herman, Ward two in the town of Hubbard, Ward two in the town of Hustisford, Wards two and three in the town of Lebanon, Wards one through three in the town of Rubicon, the village of Neosho, and Ward 11 in the city of Hartford. A reminder, voters in the towns of Hubbard and Hustisford must go to the Rubicon Town Hall to vote.

Also, city of Beaver Dam residents have no races to vote for today. The polls are open between 7am and 8pm. Click HERE to visit Dodge County’s election information page.