(Dodge County) There are a number of school board seats coming due in April.
There are contented races in Dodgeland, where incumbent Carla Nico is facing a challenge from Bruce Haan for an at large seat. There are three people running for two seats representing the city of Juneau and the town of Oak Grove. Incumbents Nick Rennhack and Stacy Schmitt are seeking re-election while Craig Bunkoske has also filed papers.
There are no challenges for the two Horicon School Board seats. Incumbents Jim Grigg is looking to re-run for the city of Horicon seat as well as incumbent Nathan Hodgson for the town of Burnett seat.
Two incumbents on the Waupun School Board have filed papers: Jennie Patrykus and Stephen Chené. Dustin Gasser has also filed candidacy papers for a spot on the school board.
In Hustisford, two incumbents are seeking re-election. Steve Weinheimer is looking to retain his rural seat while Brian Thimm is running for another village seat term. Incumbent Lisa Bosse has filed non-candidacy papers and Jamie Kulke (cool-key) is running to represent the rural seat.
Three incumbents on the Randolph School Board have filed candidacy papers they are: Keith Medema, Allen Drews, and Josh Jens.
In Columbus, incumbent John Pearson is seeking another term while district officials say candidacy papers have been filed for a vacant seat on the board.
There are no challenges in Beaver Dam where incumbents Joanne Tyjeski, Lisa Panzer, and Maria Mason are all seeking another term for their at-large seat.