Wiese back in as deadline looms for council races

Algoma will apparently not have to rely on a write-in candidate to fill the District 2 seat, as Jacque Wiese rescinded her papers for non-candidacy and has taken out papers with plans to return them on Wednesday, according to City Clerk Jamie Jackson.  Mitch Groesel has turned in his nomination papers for his third district seat, as well as fourth district alderperson Lee Dachelet.


Kewaunee’s incumbent council members Art Schiller, Jeff Dworak, and David Kuehl are poised to make returns to their seats with Joe Mills replacing John Griffith in the third district.  Dworak, Kuehl, and Mills turned in their nomination papers on Monday, according to City Clerk Terri Decur.   


Nomination papers are due back by 5 p.m. Wednesday. 


Sturgeon Bay’s city clerk office could not be reached on Wednesday afternoon for an update.   

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