Though there will be new faces on the ballot, 18 of the 21 seats on the Door County Board of Supervisors will feature candidates running without opposition. Barring a write-in candidacy, the contested races will be in district three, which encompasses ward 2 in the Town of Forestville, Town of Claybanks and Forestville, where incumbent Roy Englebert will face the challenge of former supervisor Patrick Olson. County Board Chairman Dan Austad and David Dixon-Hayes will square off in district eight, representing two wards in Sturgeon Bay. The final contested seat is in district 11, encompassing seven wards on Sturgeon Bay’s west side, Joann Schley and Meghan Lundahl will seek the seat currently held by former Sheriff Chuck Brann. Brann has decided not to seek re-election.
Among the list of candidates who will be on the ballot without opposition are former Clerk of Circuit Court Nancy Robillard and Sevastopol Town Clerk/Treasurer Linda Wait. Robillard hopes to represent district five in Nasewaupee and Gardner. Supervisor Paul Kok is not running for another term. Wait will seek votes in district 14, encompassing three wards in the Town of Sevastopol. Former County Board Chairman Leo Zipperer has filed his certificate of non-candidacy. In district one, Towns of Union and Brussels, former supervisor David Englebert is back. Incumbent John Bur is not running.