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The deadline has passed for candidates to file for various city and school positions.  The election will be held April 4 with any needed primary elections to be held Feb. 21. These are the candidates:

Mequon Common Council

Alderman, district 2

Connie Pukaite, the incumbent, has filed for non-candidacy and will be replaced by Glenn Bushee, who will run unopposed.

Alderman, district 3

Incumbent Dale Mayr will run unopposed.

Alderman, district 5

Incumbent Mark Gierl will be challenged by Abby Thompson.

Thiensville Village Board

Incumbents Robert Holyoke and Ronald Heinritz will run unopposed for re-election.

Mequon-Thiensville School District Board of Education

Incumbent Wendy Francour will be challenged by Krista Brookman and Aaron M. Hurvitz in a race for two seats. Incumbent Paul Buzzell filed non-candidacy papers.

Cedarburg Common Council

Incumbents Jack Arnett in district 2 and Rick Verhaalen in district 4 will run unopposed. In district 6, incumbent Patricia Thome will face Douglas Yip.

Cedarburg School Board

Incumbents Brandon Goldbeck and Kevin Kennedy will run unopposed.

Cedarburg Town Board

Town Chairman Dave Valentine filed for non-candidacy and David Salvaggio will run unopposed to replace him.

Incumbent Wayne Pipkorn will challenged by William Wattson in the race for seat 1. Seat 3 incumbent Gary Wickert will run unopposed.

Grafton Village Board

Village President James Brunnquell will run unopposed for re-election, along with incumbent trustees David Antoine, Dean Proefrock and Thomas Kroeger.

Grafton Town Board

Incumbent Karron Stockwell will face challengers Patrick G. Stemper, Collin F. Schaefer and Paul Melotik in a race for two seats.

Grafton School Board

Six people will vie for three seats, including incumbent Paul Lorge. He will face off with challengers John Meinecke, Steve Nauta, Jerry Rossi, Shawn Viesselmann and Carrie Walls. Incumbents Dan McKelvey and Clayton Riddle filed for non-candidacy.

Port Washington Common Council

There will be a primary Feb. 21 as incumbent Bill Driscoll will be challenged by Don Cosentine and Michael Gasper in district 3. Incumbent Michael Ehrlich will be unopposed in district 1. In district 5, incumbent Kevin Rudser filed for non-candidacy and challenger Jonathan Pleitner will run unopposed. In district 7, incumbent Dan Becker will be challenged by John Sigwart.

Port Washington-Saukville School Board

Incumbents Brian McCutcheon, Sara McCutcheon and Marchell Longstaff will run unopposed.

Grafton Town Board

Incumbent Karron Stockwell will face challengers Patrick G. Stemper, Collin F. Schaefer and Paul Melotik in a race for two seats.

Saukville Village Board

Village President Barb Dickmann will run unopposed for re-election. There are three other trustee spots open and incumbents David Maglio and Joseph Caban have filed to run for re-election. Michael Krocka filed papers of non-candidacy. Anyone wishing to run as a registered write-in can do so until 5 p.m. the Friday before the election. A decision on the open seat will be made after the election.

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