Sturgeon Bay Mayoral Forum Tonight

The League of Women Voters of Door County is sponsoring a forum for candidates running for Sturgeon Bay Mayor tonight(Tuesday, March 12th) in the city council chambers at city hall. The event, which is an opportunity to meet David Ward and Shawn Fairchild, begins at 6:30PM. The format provides for each candidate to answer questions submitted anonymously and selected by the league. Time will also … Continue reading

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Door County Primary Election Results

Here are the vote totals for the primary election in Door County Tuesday. In each case, two seats are being contested and the candidate with the lowest vote total will not be listed on the April 2nd ballot. Sevastopol Town BoardLinda Wait 247 votesTony Haen 165 votesKimberly Denil 59 votesDarrick DeMeuse 24 votesKurt Krauel 19 votes Gibraltar Board of EducationDon Helm 473 votes Brett Reetz … Continue reading

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Candidate Forum for Sevastopol Town Board Cancelled

Due to the cold, a candidate forum for individuals running for seats on the Sevastopol Town Board at the Sevastopol Town Hall has ben cancelled. Two supervisory seats will be contested and five candidates are on the ballot. They are Darrick Demeuse, Kimberly Denil, Tony Haen, Kurt Krauel, and, Linda Wait.

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Candidate Forum for Southern Door School Board February 4th

A candidate forum for the five candidates running for two open seats on the Southern Door Board of Education will be held on Monday, February 4th, in the high school library at the school between Sturgeon Bay and Brussels. The forum begins at 6:30PM. The five candidates, Millie Gonzales, George Sincock, Matthew Tassoul, Penny Price, and Adam Urban will answer questions submitted by audience-members. Those … Continue reading

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Sturgeon Bay Council & Mayor Candidates Circulating Papers

The Spring Election isn’t until April, but there has been a flurry of activity in the City of Sturgeon Bay where a number of individuals are circulating nomination papers. With Mayor Thad Birmingham’s decision not to seek re-election, two candidates have surfaced. Doctor David Ward, currently the District 3 Alderman, is seeking signatures for Mayor. Also making the rounds is Shawn Fairchild. In the 1st … Continue reading

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Election Results

Door County Sheriff Tammy Sternard – 8,609 Pat McCarty – 8,286 Gibraltar School Referendum Question 1 Yes – 2,999 No – 1,317 Question 2 Yes – 3,043 No – 1,276 Sevastopol School Referendum Question 1 Yes – 2,086 No – 936 Question 2 Yes – 1,866 No – 1,153 Southern Door School Referendum Question 1 Yes -2,535 No – 1,669 Question 2 Yes – 2505 … Continue reading

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Informational Open House on Southern Door Referendum October 11th

An open house on the Southern Door School referendum in November is planned for Thursday, October 11th, from 5:30 to 7PM. In August, the board of education approved two resolutions authorizing referendum questions on the November 6th ballot. Voters in the district will be asked to support the acquisition of $6.2 million to pay for safety and security upgrades, renovation of instructional areas, and infrastructure … Continue reading

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Candidate Forums This Month for Door County Voters

Three separate candidate forums, organized by the League of Women Voters of Door County, will be presented prior to the November 6th election. The forums will be for candidates in the first senate and assembly districts and the office of Door County Sheriff. They will be held at the following dates, times and locations… Door County Sheriff Thursday, September 13th, 6-8PM, at the Door County … Continue reading

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Sevastopol Superintendent Answers Referendum Questions

Voters in the Sevastopol School District will be asked to make their opinions known on a proposed building project during a referendum in November. Superintendent Kyle Luedtke says the referendum will feature two questions… Luedtke says, if approved, the new facility would replace the 1924 and 1946 additions, the oldest areas of the building in Institute. He says the new addition would provide something for … Continue reading

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Voters Will Decide on Sevastopol Referendum in November Election

This week the Sevastopol Board of Education voted unanimously to go to a referendum at the November election. The people will be asked to vote on a proposal for a $25.1 million building plan. The plan calls for replacing aging facilities along with a $2 million operational referendum to maintain current programming. The board expressed thanks to community members who participated in the planning process … Continue reading

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