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Voters in Ozaukee County will weigh on location elected officials, a $39 million referendum and a state-level race when they head to the polls April 4.

On the state level, incumbent Tony Evers will be challenged by Lowell Holtz for State Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Voters in the Grafton School District will decide on a $39.93 million referendum for the district after it was defeated last year and subject to several subsequent months of planning and restructuring.

For the 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, and Carrie Walls. Shawn Viesselman will appear on the ballot but has announced that he will not be able to fulfill his commitment if elected. Incumbents Dan McKelvey and Clayton Riddle filed for non-candidacy.

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

In the town of Grafton, incumbent Karron Stockwell will face challengers Patrick G. Stemper, Collin F. Schaefer and Paul Melotik in a race for two seats on the town board.

In the city of Port Washington, newcomers Michael Gasper and Don Cosentine will challenge for the district 3 seat on the common council after defeating incumbent Bill Driscoll in the Feb. 21 primary. The district 7 seat will also be contested as John Sigwart challenges incumbent Dan Becker. 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.

For the Port Washington School Board, incumbents Brian McCutcheon will be challenged by Aaron Paulin, while incumbent Sara McCutcheon will be challenged by Scott Fischer. Incumbent Marchell Longstaff will run unopposed.

In the town of Grafton, incumbent Karron Stockwell will face challengers Patrick G. Stemper, Collin F. Schaefer and Paul Melotik in a race for two seats on the town board.

The District 5 alderman seat on the Mequon common council is up for election with incumbent Mark Gierl facing Abby Thompson. Dale Mayr is running unopposed for District 3 alderman on the Mequon common council. With incumbent Alderwoman Connie Pukaite deciding not to run, Glenn Bushee is running unopposed for the District 2 seat.

Two seats are up for election on the Mequon-Thiensville School District school board. Incumbent Wendy Francour was initially being challenged by Krista Brookman and Aaron M. Hurvitz. While Hurvitz will be on the ballot, he has since dropped out of the race, stating if he is elected he will not serve.

Two seats on the village of Thiensville board are open with incumbents Ronald Heinritz and Rob Holyoke running unopposed.

In the village of Saukville, Village President Barb Dickmann will run unopposed for re-election. There are three other trustee spots open on the village board and incumbents David Maglio and Joseph Caban have filed to run for re-election. Michael Krocka filed papers of non-candidacy.

In the city of Cedarburg, incumbent Patricia Thome will face Douglas Yip for the district 3 seat on the common council. Incumbents Jack Arnett in district 2 and Rick Verhaalen in district 4 will run unopposed.

For the Cedarburg School Board, incumbents Brandon Goldbeck and Kevin Kennedy will run unopposed.

In the town of Cedarburg, incumbent Wayne Pipkorn will be challenged by William Wattson in the race for seat 1 on the town board.

Polling locations

Town of Cedarburg:

Wards 1-4 (Aldermanic 1 and 2) vote at Town Hall, 1293 Washington Ave.

Wards 5-10 (Aldermanic 3 and 4) vote at Cedarburg Fire Department, 1350 Covered Bridge Road.

Town of Grafton:

Wards 1-5 vote at Town Hall, 1230 11th Ave.

Town of Port Washington:

Wards 1 and 2 vote at Town Hall, 3715 Highland Drive.

Town of Saukville:

Wards 1-3 vote at Town Hall, 3762 Lakeland Road.

Village of Grafton:

Wards 1-14 vote at John Long Middle School, 700 Hickory St.

Village of Saukville:

Wards 1-7 vote at American Legion Post, 601 W. Dekora St.

Village of Thiensville:

Wards 1-4 vote at Municipal Center, 250 Elm St.

City of Cedarburg:

Wards 1-9 vote at Community Center Gym, W63N641 Washington Ave.

City of Mequon:

Wards 1 and 2 (Aldermanic 1) vote at Crossroads Church, 6031 W. Chapel Hill Road.

Wards 3 and 4 (Aldermanic 2) vote at Mequon City Hall, 11333 N. Cedarburg Road.

Wards 5-7 (Aldermanic 3) vote at Mequon Safety Building, 11300 N. Buntrock Ave.

Wards 8-10 (Aldermanic 4) vote at Pieper Power Education Center, 8200 W. County Line Road.

Wards 11 and 12 (Aldermanic 5) vote at Christ Church, 13460 N. Port Washington Road.

Wards 13-15 (Aldermanic 6) vote at Range Line Recreation Center - Gym, 11040 N. Range Line Road.

Wards 16-18 (Aldermanic 7) vote at Lumen Christi Church - Gym, 11300 N. St. James Lane.

Wards 19-21 (Aldermanic 8) vote at Range Line Recreation Center - Conference Room, 11040 N. Range Line Road.

City of Port Washington:

Wards 1 and 7 (Aldermanic 1 and 7) vote at St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 1525 N. Grant St.

Wards 2 and 3 (Aldermanic 2 and 3) vote at City Hall, 100 W. Grand Ave.

Wards 4-6 (Aldermanic 4-6) vote at Grand Avenue United Methodist Church, 505 W. Grand Ave.

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